Although the real reward for collaborating with longstanding clients like McDonald’s is the work we create and the relationships we foster, it’s always nice when that work is recognized.
The Story Conference has been taking place in Chicago for six years now, but somehow we at Kindle only discovered it this year. And boy, are we glad we did!
Raise your hands as high as they can…go ahead, raise them. Are they up? As high as you can reach?
Back in college I had the pleasure of getting my first work experience with Kindle. I came in for a day to help with our internal holiday charity event. Kindle had purchased gifts to provide needy families with a Merry Christmas…little did I know that the day of gift-wrapping was a taste of the world I would soon be joining!
Kindle is in the process of packing our bags, boxes and bulk candy and heading over to a new, roomier site just down the street, and we couldn’t be more excited about it.
Kindle has been McDonald’s trusted partner for nearly 20 years, but for this year’s Worldwide Convention (held April 28 to May 1, 2014) we collaborated with the world's largest restaurant chain like never before.
Each year we send a small group of Kindlers to SXSW to soak up as much knowledge as they can possibly absorb to bring back to share with our team and our clients.
Always a lover of powerful non-fiction films, I was thrilled to join the team of my colleague and friend (a writer/producer here at Kindle), Mercedes Kane’s documentary, “Today We Saw the Face of God”, as a producer of marketing and distribution.
The definition of South By Southwest Interactive: a melting pot of creatives – designers, programmers, developers, inventors, artists and handlebar mustaches.
Around Kindle, you’re known as our “digital team” – what does that mean, and how does the digital team integrate with projects?