Want to know more on how to bring your brand to a global audience? Need help in establishing and communicating your identity? You need the help of some of the most creative marketing minds on the European scene – and we’ve brought them together for a unique, one-off session…
It’s your last chance to get tickets to the VentureVillage and Apex Communications Power Session on “marketing with the pros – developing the identity of your brand” – held on 24 January in the stylish Whisky room at the Michelberger Hotel.
Tickets are selling fast so make sure you get in quick to secure your spot. You’ll be learning all about the ins and outs of marketing in the three-hour session, hosted by some of the biggest names in the marketing industry. The event is sponsored by the Berlin School of Creative Leadership and will include a networking session after the seminar, complete with free drinks and great company.
Check out the impressive line up of speakers we have leading the session:
He has been working in various roles for the Absolut brand since 2004. His most recent project has been the launch of Absolut Greyhound, a collaboration with Swedish House Mafia that reached over 25 million views on YouTube. Before joining Absolut, Franz worked with several clients including Coca-Cola and L’Oréal back in his home country of Austria.
Barbara has been running all of Google‘s marketing efforts in Germany, Austria and Switzerland since 2007. Prior to Google, she has worked for German Kreditbank and Pixelpark, and from 2003 to 2007 she served Axel Springer’s management board as General Manager. In addition to her current position, Barbara is serving as member of the German board as well as of the International Member Assembly of the children’s development organisation Plan.
Prior to her work at Etsy, Caroline worked as Product Manager and Partner Marketing Manager for SoundCloud, the world’s leading social sound platform. Caroline also has significant experience in media publishing – playing a key role in establishing Vice magazine in the German market; managing the business development for the leading literary and creative quarterly Dummy; and spearheading the digital strategy behind the relaunch of der Freitag, a left-leaning weekly newspaper.
The mission of the Berlin School of Creative Leadership is to become the world’s leading institute for quality executive education and research into creative leadership. It fuels open dialogue within the creative community and tackles key issues in media, entertainment, advertising, design, journalism and marketing.
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