Broadcasting legend Michael Grade and design maverick Wayne Hemingway are just two of the luminaries set to share the secrets of their success at the UK’s first ever creative business conference to be held in Bristol.
The two day conference called Vision, is aimed at owners, managers and directors of the South West creative industries and aims to inspire and inform creative businesses, helping them to not just survive but thrive in today’s tough economic landscape.
The major event will take place on Wednesday 15th and Thursday 16th September. It will encompass digital, TV, film, publishing, design, PR, animation, marketing and advertising.
Former BBC and Channel 4 boss Michael Grade will be the conference keynote speaker on the first day, calling upon his vast broadcasting experience to give a talk on leadership and management in the creative sector.
Entrepreneur, fashion designer and co-founder of Red Or Dead Wayne Hemingway is will host an interactive workshop on the topic “Your Culture Is Everything”.
Nicolas Roope, the founder of one of the UK’s most awarded digital agencies, Poke will host a session on how to develop kick arse creative teams sharing his experience and secrets of success around building multi award winning creative teams.
The cost of the event is £1000 per delegate, however some companies may be eligible to receive significant funding. Funding is available via Business Link’s Train to Gain Leadership and Management programme for eligible businesses.
For further information regarding the Business Link funding please contact Kirsty Lovell on 07843 943109 or Kirsty@bristolmedia.co.uk