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Ad Agencies can get an office in the metaverse in exchange for hiring this creative duo

Ad Agencies can get an office in the metaverse in exchange for hiring this creative duo
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The duo are open to various businesses in exchange for office space and they have also promised that a portion of the payments they receive will go to Crisis at Christmas, a charity that supports the homeless.

“Perfectly in that creativity – Alex and Oliver have done it again,” said Gert Eichhorn, Director of Innovation at Media.Monks. “But I’m not sure anyone can get around the claim that they are the first to secure a place for agencies in the metaverse. (No matter how cool your iconic sunglasses are, or how obscure you are with the all-match black virtual drip.) After all, we’ve built our Minecraft office once in a while. Another one in 2020, and Sir Martin Sorrell is already meeting in the metaverse. Crazy love for giving us the penthouse for the building though!”

A spokesperson for Mischief @ No Fixed Address added: “We do not negotiate with Virtual Earth hackers.”

This kind of stunt comes as the world of advertising has seen employees move into the freelance job market, which is becoming increasingly crowded, making it a challenge for those looking to establish themselves.

“There is a lot of competition and it is important to differentiate yourself,” Fennell said. “The worrying thing about freelancing is that you always want to stay in a job and don’t have any dry spells, which fortunately we haven’t had any long stretches of work. It’s exciting being freelance. It’s a bit scary that so many people are going in that direction. Also, but it’s definitely nice to have that freedom.”

Decentraland and its virtual competitors have seen their fair share of attention lately. In mid-November, the country of Barbados announced an agreement with Decentraland to build a digital embassy in the metaverse. In late November, a plot of virtual real estate on Fashion Avenue in Decentraland sold for a record $2.4 million. Just last week, adidas Originals announced that it had purchased space in Decentraland Sandbox competitor.

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