QG Group

A New Chapter: 2022

As we all know, our lives in the past two years have been anything from typical.

 On 11th March, 2020, the World Health Organization declared the coronavirus a pandemic. This announcement sent the world into instantaneous lockdowns; the genesis of all sorts of facemask DIY’s and the rise of a new staple of most of our work contracts as the “WFH Policy”. The WFH (Work from Home) policy institutes working from the comfort of our own households (or beds for some), for some a silver living that allows us to spend more time with our families.

Owing to the fact that our global economy — Uganda included — is improving for the first time in over two years, many of us at QG Group are looking forward to what 2022 will entail, on both a personal as well as a professional level. In the words of our Art Director, George,

“The end of last year was the beginning in disguise”

Quite often we find ourselves refreshed and ecstatic about beginnings and have an innate apocalyptic fear of endings. Still, there are certain finales that we eagerly await, that unbeknownst to ourselves, are actually a fresh start.

Gloria, our Media Manager goes further to add that,

“I hope for progression for the company in terms of retainers and clients.”

Seeing as this is the year that QG Group is fully under the Publicis Groupe, this is a paramount opportunity for us to learn more, strengthen our professional skills in our respective categories, as well as manage more clients at the exceptional level at which QG Group works. Individual ambitions are also encouraged and nourished at QG. Timothy, our Digital Executive, through hard work and consistency, is hoping to gain recognition this 2022 as he continues to strive and explore the limits of his potential.

Growth isn’t simply good for our agency; it’s vital. Texture, our Digital Content Guardian exclaims,

“I would like to make some personal advancements and expand my wings.”

Most of us want to become more self-sufficient and confident and in this day and age, when there is so much doom and gloom, it is critical that we stay true to ourselves and concentrate on developing our personalities while remaining fearlessly open to new experiences.

The QG Guardians choose to stay optimistic for the year ahead and determined to remain open to all the challenges and possibilities that 2022 has in store for us. 2022 is a year not for annual resolutions, but revolution.

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