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As coronavirus lockdowns persist around the globe, Muse is checking in with creative people to see how they're faring. Below, we catch up with Gaston Legorburu, CEO/founder of GlueIQ and bestselling author.
I would act fast and adapt to the situation from a place of purpose. I would ask myself, “why do we exist, and what value can that create in the context of this global pandemic?” - show me why you matter.
Glue IQ, a creative consultancy headquartered in Miami has added key new hires to their leadership team and adds in a new partner.
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Noel Artiles joins Glue IQ as Executive Creative Director and Suzyelle Da Silva comes on board as Head of Performance Marketing.
Glue IQ has bolstered its leadership team. Noel Artiles has joined as executive creative director.
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