Presenting creative work can be a challenge for even the most experienced creative. For those in any stage of their creative careers, this essential skill will help you get work bought time and again, both internally and externally.
Led by former TBWA ECD Tom Evans, during this 1-day virtual BCI workshop you’ll learn how to present your work persuasively to increase the odds of your ideas making it to the outside world.
It’s an ideal workshop for those looking to develop (or brush up on) skills for creative pitching, where you’ll emerge as a more confident and more competent presenter.
Alongside the theory of what to do, and not to do, you’ll put your learnings into practice and leave the session with tools to get your ideas bought, time and again.
This 1-day workshop will take place via Zoom. Places are strictly limited to 12 to ensure a productive session.
Tickets are £150+VAT for BCI members and £225+VAT for non-members.
Tom’s background is leadership in design and creative agencies. Having started his career with one of the world’s first digital specialists, AMX Digital, Tom founded Mook in 2000. Over the next 10 years, Tom grew Mook seeing it through to acquisition, first by advertising agency Nitro and then later by the huge digital agency Sapient to form SapientNitro (eventually acquired by Publicis). After a brief stint in fashion on the board of Jack Wills as Brand Comms Director, he returned to agency land as Executive Creative Director of Omnicom owned advertising agency TBWA London. In parallel to his work in design and technology, Tom also founded BleepBleeps, an award-winning hardware startup creating internet connected consumer electronics and digital services that make parenting easier.
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