Martin Sorrell and John Hegarty headline new creative festival Connect: London

There’s less than two weeks to go until the newest creative festival launches in London and More About Advertising is pleased to be media partnering with the event run by industry network Creativepool.

The two-day event – Connect: London 2018 – on November 21-22 at the Boiler House, Old Truman Brewery in London’s Brick Lane, will see a packed programme of talks, keynotes and networking events take place across two stages offering insight, inspiration and thought-provoking debate.

The first day will see Sir Marin Sorrell headline in a keynote talk with Creativepool founder, Michael Tomes. The former WPP boss, now executive chairman at S4 Capital, will discuss the ways in which his firm and MediaMonks are looking to disrupt the industry structure.

Elsewhere on the agenda, Sir John Hegarty, BBH London founder, will sit down with Neil Waller, chairman and CEO of Whalar to discuss the democratisation of creativity thanks to recent technological advances.

The event is an essential date for those working in the creative industries and will see brands such as Facebook, Vice, BBC, New Balance and more appear to discuss their strategies. As for agencies, McCann, AnalogFolk, Mr President, Isobar, We Are Social and many more will appear.

In addition to the speaker sessions, Connect: London will offer an Exhibition Zone and Portfolio and Career Advice for even more engagement across themes with companies such as Crunch, Hidden, Picfair and Illustration all taking part.

As well as a networking reception drinks evening event on the first day for unrestricted ticket holders and speakers, Connect: London will culminate with Creativepool’s iconic Pool Party, which is free to attend.

Tickets are available now. Click here to see the full agenda and book your place.

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  1. Martin Sorrell will speak at a “Festival of Creativity.” Isn’t that the ultimate definition of an “Oxymoron?”

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