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This was a huge career jump for her, a leap from a large, established brand to a much newer and nimbler one.
Every client wants to become that smarter, faster and that nimbler business, but they, of course, also see that they are faced with challenges today and in the future.
In 2020, small businesses were forced to be nimble to grow and survive.
Crises like the pandemic tend to bring agencies and clients closer together and we’re getting good feedback with regards to how nimble we’ve been throughout the crisis.
For the past five years, brands have become nimbler and the planning cycles have gotten shorter and shorter.
Arnold said she is generally an advocate for retaining a more nimble position when it comes to media buying.
Ski-area operators are planning to stay nimble as public-health conditions change.
“It had already been built for nimble, flexible environment in the first place,” he said.
He was a pretty bright sort, that same Goodell, quick-witted, nimble of tongue above the average Englishman.
RAW GOLDBERTRAND W. SINCLAIR
He is such a nimble little fellow that he did this several times, and hardly ever failed.

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