Creativity is on the menu with a starter of creative capacity building, giving you the resource to think differently, a main dish of profound insights into the changing creative world of marketing and comms, a dessert of ‘how do you make it happen’ and a takeaway of new habits, ideas on your current work challenges and more.
Thanks to the Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM) I am the creative host for a dinner party with a difference: ‘Creativity and ideas – food for fresh thoughts. A dinner to make a difference to your work’ from 6pm on Thursday November 14th at Redworth Hall Hotel, Redworth Newton Aycliffe, County Durham.
I will be sharing my thoughts, ideas and tips on what I call ‘Creativity 2.0’ and more importantly listening to my fellow diners – all senior marketing and comms practitioners -to hear their experiences and challenges of managing creativity and the creative dimension in their work – and make what I have to share relevant to their situations.
As a result it will advance everyone’s understanding – me included – of a fundamental aspect of marketing and comms – better strategic and creative thinking – with new inspirations, insights and ideas.
Don’t worry I won’t be doing the cooking. The food and venue are, I’ve heard, fabulous.
The ‘Come Dine with me…’ format for a CIM was first held in Sheffield and is hoped will be repeated with other CIM regions across the UK.
Further details and to book the last remaining places of the event here
Big Thanks must go to the indefatigable Lorraine Davidson who works tirelessly for the CIM in the North East and has made the event happen.