The Inner Thoughts of a First Time RMDer.
Music, relaxing workspaces, creative rooms, stress relieving dogs and hard working people. All of these things I quickly realized are prevalent throughout RMD everyday. Without previous experience working in an advertising agency, I wasn’t sure what to expect. From an outsider prospective, knowing what goes into the production of a TV show, a radio segment, all social media, and how public relations work, are all things that are not commonly known. At RMD Advertising, you jump right in and I was able to see how a food brand becomes successful through each of these outlets; from the bottom, up.
Learning how a food agency works from the ground up, while working around people at each stage, has led to nothing but success. As the saying goes, “it takes a village”… I have found this adage to be at the heart of RMD. It takes many moving parts and a lot of love to maintain this well-oiled machine we call a food agency. Each person at RMD is very knowledgeable on several aspects of brand strategy, which contributes to this agency’s continued success. The extreme dedication and creativity that goes on inside these workspaces are something that I am very glad to be able to experience.
It is sometimes rare to find a work environment where you truly feel valued, where you know all of your hard work is appreciated and where you are excited to go to everyday. RMD is that rare place. It’s a place where you really can have all of these desired aspects. I have learned so much throughout my seven weeks here and I am excited to see what lies ahead throughout the rest of my internship.
It’s hard to put a number on all of the things that I have learned so far through my time here at RMD, but below are 3 important notes that have stuck.
1. Lean on your team – every person here is willing to help, and wants to see you succeed. I have always been able to go to a team member for anything, such as: support, explanation, encouragement, etc.
2. Take notes – this is crucial with all of the things going on everyday. Not every day is the same, so it is important to understand each piece of work and have something to reference.
3. Believe in the brands – RMD is an agency that truly cares about their clients and its growing and emerging food brands. It is important to understand the history of each and to have a vision for their growth. It is amazing to see, from the ground up, the transition of ideas from creation to completion. There is nothing better than refreshing the browser and seeing content…that I helped create appear for the public to see.