President's Lecture Perth: How To Build A Creative And Innovative Culture

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D&AD says
For the first time, D&AD is heading Down Under for two President’s Lectures. Hosted by Nils Leonard, Chairman and Chief Creative Officer of Grey London and with the generous support of Google Australia.
The talks will focus around the concept of “How to build a creative and innovative culture” and they will be held in two different cities: Perth and Sydney.

-PERTH: A breakfast Lecture is in collaboration with the PADC and Curtin University.
Fraser's Kings Park.11 November from 8.00a.m-10.00a.m Tickets:

Recently named as the top creative person of 2015 by Business Insider, at 36 years old, Nils Leonard is already one of the youngest Chief Creative Officers in the world running a top five agency. But having overseen six of the most profitable and creatively awarded years in Grey London’s 52 year history, in October 2014 he was also appointed Chairman, a role he performs alongside his existing duties. Leonard’s promotion signifies the agency’s commitment to creative excellence and innovation; putting creativity at the front and centre of its culture.

"I am excited to be talking at the first ever President's lectures in Australia. President's lectures are an important part of D&AD's DNA and it's a great opportunity to talk about how we can infuse creativity into everything that we do in our industry. Gone are the days of 'creative departments', we need to encourage a culture of creativity and D&AD is a fantastic platform for broadcasting this message. I am also thrilled to be working on Brief to Broadcast, D&AD’s New Blood workshop now in it's second year. Young creatives are the future of this industry and helping to nurture them is essential." - Nils Leonard

Don't miss D&AD's first President's Lecture ever celebrated in Australia.
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By: D&AD