Golden Drum: See for free what 50 creatives from PR, marketing, and design have to say
This year’s edition of the Golden Drum International Creativity Festival takes place from October 13 to 15 and will host over 50 world-famous speakers from 20 different countries who will share their knowledge of creativity, marketing, PR, and graphic design. See the full program here.
The themes of this year’s festival are “Creative Accelerator” – workshops dedicated to community members under the age of 30 and “From our Industry and Beyond” – stories, trends, and tips for all who want to stay creative.
João Inácio and Nina de Ridder are some of the many interesting participants who will share their views and life stories on the topic of intuition and science in advertising on the first day of the festival. The next day, Fadi Yaish will reveal why he gave up his dream career and started his agency, and Danish creative director Thomas Kolster will explain why he believes organizations and leaders should stop putting themselves first when it comes to purpose. On the last day of the festival, Raja Rajamannar will talk in an interview about how Mastercard dealt with the crisis caused by COVID and how they motivated and led teams through the pandemic. Amy Rodgers, Dirk Aarts, and Sebastian Stępak are just some of the esteemed experts who will also be participating in discussions and workshops.
As part of the festival, there will also be a Young Drummers competition in which young people can test their skills and participate in a traditional competition and attract the attention of experienced professionals around the world. The announcement of the winners will take place at the very end of the festival, and the prizes will be awarded by Ana Savšek and Suvi Lähde.
The goal of the Golden Drum Festival is to continue to inspire and empower creative thinking and encourage self-reflection. Workshops, interviews, round tables, talks, and presentations will be held throughout the three days of the festival. For decades, the Golden Drum has been a gathering place for the creative, marketing, and advertising professional European communities.
This year’s festival is conceived as an online live event, and tickets for all three days are free and available via login on the Golden Drum website.Tags: Golden Drum, pr awards, Marketing awards
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