Gear up as the creative industry’s icons reveal the winning formula for success at the 3rd adobo Festival of Ideas, the creative youth ad congress tailored for students, young professionals and academics in communications, marketing and design.
The full-day creative festival is set to stage on November 30, 2016 at the Newport Performing Arts Theater, Resorts World Manila from 9am to 6pm followed by an after party at House Manila from 6 to 10pm.
In the age of industry-changing disruptive business models, gamified promos and apps, and the rise of post-millennial Generation Z, “Create. Innovate. Or Die”, this year’s festival theme, will highlight how today’s incoming creative industry professionals can adapt and succeed in today’s tumultuous and exciting times of constant disruption.
The festival is an opportunity to learn from the likes of Chief Creative Officer of Google Asia-Pacific John Merrifield, Facebook Creative Shop for Asia and the Pacific Fergus O’Hare, J. Walter Thompson’s APAC Director of Digital Josie Brown, Chief Digital Officer of Dentsu JaymeSyfu Carlo Ople, Mobext Philippines co-founder and CEO Arthur Policarpio, and Sari Software Solutions CEO and founder Ibba Bernardo-Rasul, Senior Vice President & Chief Creative Officer of Cheil Worldwide Wain Choi, Chief Creative Officer of TBWA\Santiago Mangada Puno Melvin Mangada, Chief Creative Officer of Y&R Asia Marcus Rebeschini, President of Gandang Kalikasan Anna Meloto-Wilk, President & Asia and Innovation Director of Digital Arts Network\Asia Tuomas Peltoniemi, Japan Representative of D&AD Kotoko Koya and other creative luminaries, on how to come out on top in a world turning inside out and being stood on its head.
Standard ticket prices are Php3,800 for professionals and Php 1,500 for students, exclusive of 12% VAT. So hurry and get your tickets now by visiting www.adobofestivalofideas.com. For more information on group rates and other special promos, please call (02) 845 0218 or 0915 866 3286, or email email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org.