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Marketing / Nostalgia

A Whiskey Consultant's Top Advice: 'Slow Down'

Whiskey brand Cutty Sark has remodeled a WeWork space with a 'Mad Men' theme in a new marketing campaign for the month of September.
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During the month of September, walking into the WeWork at 9 Madison Ave. may feel like you're stepping back in time. That's because the team at Cutty Sark have taken over the office, recreating the office vibe that existed when there were things like a defined nine-to-five workday, pensions, "traditional" assistants and cocktail hour at the office.

Check out the video to hear some advice from Cutty Sark's resident business consultant, Clem Richards.

Watch more videos from Jessica Abo on her YouTube channel here.

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