We’d like to thank everyone that attended yesterday’s Future of Advertising event at Picturehouse Central, and that you’re now inspired by some of the great topics that were discussed throughout the day from attracting emerging talent to the latest creative tech innovations.
Below we’ve included some highlights from our social channels and from our members:
Lindsey Clay @Thinkboxtv kicks of today’s #FOA19 to tell us about the state of TV in 2019 and how we can keep up to date with the changing viewing environment and ensure it stays relevant ? pic.twitter.com/M6udZLQT0P
Ed Howarth, managing partner of in-house pioneers OLIVER, talks to Dominic Mills about why clients are increasingly in-housing creative. Among other things, they discuss it’s evolution and its impact on creative service suppliers #FOA19pic.twitter.com/ys7TfFWOnO
Morgan Whitlock from @_thesweetshop heads up our next panel as we discuss how we can support the next generation of new and emerging talent, as production navigates in-house, freelance and working directly with clients #FOA19pic.twitter.com/5D1On2Eqj0
Next up: Kevin Young, Head of Creative Tech @MillChannel LDN. Kevin delves into both the positive and negative impact developments creative tech has had on the human condition and how we have an obligation to use it responsibly #FOA19pic.twitter.com/gJM6we5FFT
Closing this afternoon’s talk is Rory Sutherland, Vice Chairman of @OgilvyUK “Advertising works very well. It’s problem is that a strange business ideology does not want to believe in it.” pic.twitter.com/1opQ1SkXWB