We are David&Goliath. A collection of challenge seekers & giant hunters. We are equal parts swagger and nerdiness, EQ and IQ, heart and soul, and sand and grit.
We are tenacious as hell and nice AF. We do not flinch in the face of challenges. We welcome them.
Business challenges. Cultural challenges. Systemic challenges.
The more audacious the better. The more complex the greater the reward.
We know that when brave hearts are aligned no challenge is too great and no question is unanswerable.
We know that when brave hearts beat as a collective innovation happens, new ideas take shape, paradigms shift, and impact is made.
So bring us your challenges.Your dreams.Your big hairy audacious goals.Your Goliaths.
And let's bravely conquer them, Together.
D&G's Blue Sky July: Summer of Remote Working
David&Goliath are debuting an exciting new initiative called “Blue Sky July” that promotes a positive work-life balance in an evolving hybrid workspace. Currently, D&G operates on a hybrid model where employees work from the office two days a week. With Blue Sky July, employees will have the opportunity to work remotely from anywhere in the world every July for the entire month, creating their own office without walls. While maintaining D&G’s culture and connection, employees will experience a new setting and a chance to immerse themselves in different cultures, languages, and customs, pulling inspiration and new perspectives into their work.
And for the entire month, the travel experiences and adventures from D&G employees will be featured on Instagram @davidandgoliath— whether they are concepting ideas from the top of El Capitan or joining meetings from the beaches of Panama.
David Angelo, founder and creative chairman, David&Goliath:
Blue Sky July is a picture-perfect way to celebrate our Brave culture and philosophy. As an agency that inspires our people and brands to always dream higher, to swing for the fence behind the fence, Blue Sky July is a fitting extension of that philosophy. Our agency has the opportunity to experience a work/life balance in a completely different environment – from a bamboo forest in South Korea to Tenaya Creekat Yosemite to Diablo Lake in Washington Park, the sky’s the limit. And who knows what inspiration and perspective will come from that.