the untitled workers club
The Untitled Workers Club. It extends beyond us.
We're well-aware that change is a joint effort.
So come — be part of the biggest club in the world.
Our club is always open for new members.
Over the last decade, the marketing environment grew more complex. There are more channels than ever, and even more ways to manage them. Clients adapted, rightly so, they integrate some of these newer key marketing competencies into their team. Like the International worldwide social media community manager or the bottom-of-the-funnel office director, to name a few. We actively encourage this new norm and live by it.
We don’t have walls (account managers) between the client, the other suppliers and us. Some of our clients even consider us part of the team. When the client is unable to appoint a much-needed specialist, we can rely on friends of our club to step in. As was traditionally the case with photographers, directors, and illustrators for many years we now also cover all digital skills.
By now it should be clear that understanding culture is a pretty big deal in the club.
But we’re also huge fans of culture in the other sense — you know museums, art, music,… all of that. So much so that At Untitled Workers Club we reimburse every cultural event ticket: opera’s, expositions, jazz concerts, speakers corners, book festivals, design shows, etc…
You are part of culture.
Act like it.
We see it as our responsibility to help out the next generation of artistic talent in finding the common ground in art and advertising. We relish creating opportunities for new talent by building bridges with brands. Talent in the broadest sense of the word — dancers, artists, game developpers, actors, ... to name a few. It seems more important than ever in times when it’s hard to showcase new work and get your name out there.
An art collection of young Belgian artists.
You won’t easily find us at advertising award shows. We don’t mind them. Sometimes we enter work and win a trophy (and sometimes not). But celebrating your own work is not the best way to keep the inspiration going. So we invest in young Belgian artists, groundbreakers, rebels, innovators or simply creators of beauty. These people push our own thinking about communication, they surprise us and inspire us, and in return we support them to keep them going. In our expanding collection you’ll find works from Jos and Harald, Bram De Munter, Filip Vervaet, Matthieu Ronse, Stephan Balleux, Sofie Muller, Dirk Zoete, Cindy Wright, Bendt Eyckermans, Anton Cotteleer, Sofie Kuijken and many more.
I'm Gwenn Nevelsteen,