Hadji Williams Knocks the Corporate Hustle

Hadji Williams Knocks the Corporate Hustle

 Chicago, Illinois, USA
BandComedy

Surviving Chicago's South side, Hadji talks about his corporate career at major advertising and marketing firms. He provides a mix of cautionary tales, outrageous incidents, corporate diversity experiences and candid insights on business ‘friendships,’ corporate dress codes, and more.

Biography

A product of Chicago’s hard-scrambled urban South and West side Communities, 15-year vet of the corporate world, Hadji Williams has flexed his copywriting muscle to help build an array of Fortune 500 brands including: Absolut Vodka, AT& T, Aleve, Bank of America, Wm. Wrigley Co., SBC, Cingular Wireless, Rock + Roll Hall of Fame, Ford Motors, Mercedes Benz, Coca-Cola, and Radio Shack. His ability to consistently connect with multicultural and mainstream consumers across demographics has earned him praise from clients and colleagues alike. Williams’ advocacy for diversity, corporate transparency and innovation has also made him one of the ad world’s most controversial figures. His first book, KNOCK THE HUSTLE: How to save your Job and Your Life from Corporate America is being hailed by white collar workers and collegiate types alike as a breakthrough in business writing and social commentary for its honesty, flow, and ability to challenge constructs and broaden the dialogue on branding race and consumer culture in modern day America. Hadji was a youngster who survived the corporate life and contributed to the corporate success and he is now a successful teacher willing to speak about his corporate experiences to aspiring students!