Ogilvy’s founder, David Ogilvy, believed that a good idea can come from anywhere—and that concept has deeply influenced Ogilvy’s management style. At Ogilvy, there are no departmental or hierarchical barriers when it comes to sharing great ideas. Everyone at every level is expected to participate in the creative process, and that culture of collaboration has greatly contributed to Ogilvy’s success as a brand innovator.
Ogilvy is one of the largest marketing communications networks in the world. Founded by David Ogilvy in 1948, Ogilvy’s commitment to innovation has made it a global leader in brand advertising. It’s used its marketing know-how to build some of the most recognizable brands in the business, including clients like Sears, American Express, and IBM—all while maintaining its strict standard of creative excellence.