The benefits of working remotely

Putting people in the creative industries to work in an office, during set hours, has never felt right. Why don't more full-time employed creatives work remotely?

Like some kind of Industrial Revolution hangover, working in offices can feel restrictive and uncomfortable, as if employers are saying to staff: “You don’t enjoy working, so I’m going to make you. And to make sure I can make you, I’m going to make you come to this same place at this same time every day”.

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Troy Wade is a former advertising copywriter and co-founder of new agency Brown&co – The Brand Collective. Troy likes solving the monster problems that give clients sleepless nights and meeting their grizzly challenges head on and which other agencies seem incapable of nailing. He also loves the water, being on it, in it and under it.