New York, NY, March 21, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- Burning Creative LLC: What is neXt
The question the founder of BurningCreative.com consistently gets asked is what is an Mx? An Mx is more than staffing and recruiting, it is being socially aware in today’s IoT by emphasizing Humans working cohesively with Bots. Burning Creative's mission is to be the cutting edge staffing agency for all things socially driven in regards to Digital Media, Advertising and Technology. Headquartered in NYC, Burning Creative's passion is for people and brands with a story about being socially responsible. As a humanitarian and lover of NYC, as well as the South (growing up on a farm), Burning Creative wants to further the social agenda on all things neutral yet positive in the way society lives, works, and plays in today’s daily environment. Mx also understands the importance of communication with all demographics and how social impacts the way everyone communicates in today’s digital world. BurningCreative.com has a focus on diversifying the workforce further by speech, sensory and AI. To be jovial, Burning Creative is over the "Copy Paste" saga, and the "have to use 5 different CRM tools to fulfill one job order." BurningCreative.com has a zero tolerance policy when it comes to discrimination, understanding what it feels like to be the #MeToo in today’s world. BurningCreative.com recruits based upon passion, skills, and attitude. BurningCreative.com will not discriminate based on disability, race, religion, age, gender or sexual preference.
To answer what is now and what is neXt let's start with the now. BurningCreative.com is currently now and in the future assisting with the production of a film written by Alixx Schottland and Jennifer Barr, Love Music Shelter. Anyone who loves music should take a sneak peak of the trailers on the YouTube Channel. The core focus of the film is on teen homelessness and making shelters a safer place in NYC.
To address what is neXt, come meet with BurningCreative.com’s Mx on Wednesday, March 21st at 7 PM at the “Eat Your Art Out” Participatory Performance hosted by the acclaimed Jester of the Peace, Barbara Ann Michaels. Barbara has been featured in The Learning Channel’s Four Weddings, The New York Times, Boston Globe, New York Daily News, New York Magazine, and the Huffington Post. To RSVP please send an email to BC@BurningCreative.com. BurningCreative.com looks forward to more Mx neXt.
Emily Schepel, Managing Director of Sales and Recruiting
Amy Petrine, Editing Manager