Fun on a Friday: Everyone has a marketing idea.

In every marketing meeting I’ve been to, there’s always one idea from someone around the table that makes everyone else look at each other and mouth, “WTF?”

Now, I actually think you need those ideas (and sometimes they are mine!) . . . because it’s important to get crazy every once in a while.  Sometimes those wack-a-do ideas just need to be refined.

In the marketing meeting below, Paul Rudd gets his chance to pitch a few of his marketing ideas to movie and theater mogul, Harvey Weinstein.

If you’ve ever sat in on any advertising meeting for anything, this Fun on a Friday is for you . . . (email subscribers, click here if you can’t see the video below).  Thanks to reader Adam for sending it along!

 

 

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Comments
  • LOVED the Rudd/Weinstein video.. Marketing idea: how about ONE day on Broadway when all the neon lights signs ditch their respective ads and every single sign is synched into a loop of theatrical trailers? WITH sound blaring all over Broadway?

  • kim says:

    I love that Weinstein did this. Producers are cool too!!! They should put their faces out there more and have fun! Personally, I’d like to know more of the people that put these projects together. 🙂 🙂

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Ken Davenport
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Tony Award-Winning Broadway Producer

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