Office workers in Lower Manhattan wage an epic battle on what is now being dubbed as the ‘Post-It War.’ What started out with a simple message of ‘Hi’ created out of Post-it notes on windows has become an all-out unspoken jabber between two buildings on Canal Street with one company taking the bragging-rights crown. So what edged out the competition? Havas Village New York owned the entire building which gave their employees a lot of allowance for creativity and the room to construct the massive ‘mic drop’ image to end all future post-it murals…at least for now. And what about productivity? Havas Village New York president Laura Maness tells Adweek: “It has not only brought together our employees across the Havas Village to create a gallery of art, but it has been a channel to showcase our collaborative spirit and unmatched creativity. We all take pride in the energy and imagination fueling it.”
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