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The Busi­ness of Ideas

13 Jan­uary 2017 Lon­don, UK www.dan­dad.com/events In this one-day work­shop (£560), vet­eran ad­ver­tis­ing copy­writer Patrick Col­lis­ter passes on tips and de­scribes what he calls his “cre­ative tool­box”, equip­ping you to make bet­ter cre­ative de­ci­sions.

Pre­sent­ing Cre­ative Work

17 Jan­uary 2017 Lon­don, UK www.dan­dad.com/events This sec­ond one-day work­shop (also £560) is de­liv­ered by mo­ti­va­tional speaker, au­thor and ex­pe­ri­enced cre­ative di­rec­tor Si­mon Sinek, and is de­signed to help you in­crease the odds of your ideas mak­ing it to the out­side world by hon­ing your pre­sen­ta­tion skills.

Brief­ing Your Cre­ative Team

20 Jan­uary 2017 Lon­don, UK www.dan­dad.com/events Com­plet­ing the trio of prac­ti­cal D&AD work­shops in Jan­uary, this one-day mas­ter­class (£560) from Kit Altin, plan­ning di­rec­tor at Leo Bur­nett, will ex­plore the in­gre­di­ents of a great de­sign brief (and a bad one), and teach you how to in­spire peo­ple in 15 min­utes flat.

Pro­fes­sional Awards dead­line

15 Fe­bru­ary 2017 Lon­don, UK www.dan­dad.com/events It’s D&AD Awards en­try sea­son once again, and if you missed the early-bird dead­line of 14 De­cem­ber, the next mile­stone is 15 Fe­bru­ary – any en­tries re­ceived after this point, and up to 1 March at the lat­est, will in­cur a 20 per cent sur­charge.

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