Last night, the Oregonian held a gala to honor the best places to work in Oregon and southwest Washington. Opus Agency made the list for the fifth year in a row.
Opus Agency’s team of event managers operates on the ground and in the moment, creating amazing experiences for our customers’ attendees. We recently managed to get one of them, Event Coordinator Madeline Golden, back in the office long enough to describe the joys, challenges, and mascot-related misadventures involved with being an event management pro.
As a brand events and marketing agency with a hand in hundreds of experiences around the world every year, our work tends to involve quite a bit of travel. Anyone with experience traveling for work knows it can be taxing on the mind and body. Luckily, we’ve got dozens of wily industry vets on staff who have spent their careers amassing tips and tricks that make each trip away from homebase a smooth and productive experience.
Opus is a full-service marketing agency. As such, we consider each and every member of the Opus team to have a direct hand in marketing. Every point of contact with customers, prospects, and partners presents an opportunity to further our brand. We take pride in the quantity and quality of our communication—no matter the medium—which makes it even more important for our writing to be strong and free of errors. To that end, Opus sends out weekly “Friday Grammar Notes” with the aim of raising the bar of the written word across the entire agency. Our notes should provide utility to everyone, whether you’re a fledgling scribbler or a confirmed word nerd.
This month we take a look at Grammy-worthy grammar mistakes, shed some light on shade-throwing gender designations, and share our point of view on prioritizing the reader’s perspective.
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