The women's campaign was sexist and unprofessional. It looked more like it was put together by a bunch of frat boys, not a group of successful female entrepreneurs. Here's a note to Tammy -- you CAN be edgy without being vulgar. The campaign was just absolutely tacky.
The men's print work was great. I loved the one that was never showed with the emphasis on all the delayed flights. To me, that would be the #1 reason to go with a private jet -- the plane leaves on your schedule, not vice versa. Unfortunately, the editing of ths show didn't afford us the chance to see anything except a glimpse of it when the 2 groups came in.
As far as presentation goes, the women looked like a team -- all in the flight attendants uniforms looking basically the same and more importantly CONFIDENT in what they were selling. Omarosa didn't like the campaign, but still, she backed it up as "Damn good." They exuded comfidence, which I think was part of the deal breaker.
In contrast, the men reminded me of a bunch of college kids doing a presentation for class. They were not confident and it showed. Of course, the men's #1 faux pas was not meeting with the client, which I believe ultimately costed them.
I think elements of the two campaigns could be brought together to make one good campaign. The men's print work was more classy and professional, while the women's presentation was superior.
I just hope next week's task doesn't afford the women the opportunity to fall back on the sex sells mentality. Sex doesn't sell in the board room. It might in direct sales and advertising, but corporate America is a boys club, and they need to learn how to survive sans sex. If they don't, how will they function when they're pregnant or when they're more mature and things start going south.
Neither team has proven much to me so far, and I honestly don't think either team has proven a lot to Donald. It is like we're all waiting for that breakout guy or girl. Hopefully, we'll see it before May. At this point, I don't see anyone totally deserving of a quarter of a million dollar salary and the opportunity to learn from the master.