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Global creative calendar: April 2021

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Among this month's slate of alluring virtual events, everyone who's open to new experiences has much to gain. 

Future and current leaders from vital industry sectors are going all in, curtains are set to draw back, and stages will illuminate. 

As you scan the possibilities and consider taking part in something that excites you, savor these words from American author Rachel Simmons: "We learn best when we’re intrinsically motivated - that is, when we try something new for the sheer enjoyment of the experience. Intrinsic motivation is one of learning’s most precious resources. It bolsters us to stick out the tough moments of a challenge and pursue what we love to do."

Our monthly global creative calendar is put together by The Darnell Works Agency, the go-to PR firm for creative agencies, brands and entertainment ventures.

April Events
. 30 March – 15 April | AToMiCon, Virtual
. 31 March – 4 April | Kaboom Animation Festival, Virtual
. 31 March – 10 April | The Santa Barbara International Film Festival, Hybrid
. 1 | Creating Direct Mail That Works, Virtual
. 2 | Job Search Strategies, Virtual
. 2 | From Farmers to Incubators with Amy Wu, Virtual
. 3 | Women Are the Tech Innovators of Today, Virtual
. 5 | Ad Age Town Hall: Investing in minority-owned businesses, Virtual
. 5-7, 16, 23, 30 | Museums and the Web, Virtual
. 6-7 | MediaPost Marketing Automotive Conference, Virtual
. 7 | Activate, Virtual
. 7 | Design Optimization & Logo Design with Aaron Draplin, Virtual
. 7 | Five Reasons Why DIY Events Won’t Cut It This Year, Virtual
. 7-8 | MarketingProfs B2B Forum, Virtual
. 7 | Overcoming B2B Content Creation Challenges, Virtual
. 8-9 | Adweek Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Summit, Virtual
. 8 | Designing Responsible Products: Why Intent Matters More Than Ever, Virtual
. 8-12 | Expo Chicago, Virtual
. 8 | FITC Sessions: Welcome to the Holographic Future, Virtual
. 9-22 | Florida Film Festival, Maitland & Online
. 10 | Women 2 Women Confidence Conference, Virtual
. 12-23 | NAB Show Premiere, Virtual
. 13-15 | AMA Experience Design Virtual Conference, Virtual
. 13-14 | Design Thinking Virtual Experience, Virtual
. 13 | Future Festival International, Virtual
. 13 | Mini MBA in Marketing, Virtual
. 14-16 | Shift 2021, Virtual
. 15 | TNW Boost, Virtual
. 15 | Why Agencies Win Pitches, Virtual
. 19-21 | An Event Apart Spring Summit, Virtual
. 19-21 | FITC Toronto, Virtual
. 19-21 | The Gathering Summit, Banff & Online
. 20 | Ad Age Next: Retail, Virtual
. 20-21 | Email Insider Summit, Virtual
. 20-23 | Indiegogo Virtual Hangouts, Virtual
. 20 | Mini MBA in Brand Management, Virtual
. 21 | AMA Marketing Analytics 101, Virtual
. 21-22 | The Cynopsis Sports and Esports NewFronts, Virtual
. 21-22 | Fairchild Media Group Sustainability Summit, Virtual
. 21 | Winning Clients from Social to Portfolio with Brandon Groce, Virtual
. 22 | Earth Day #51, Hybrid
. 22 | Variety’s Entertainment Marketing Summit, Virtual
. 23-25 | Seattle Black Film Festival, Virtual
. 27-29 | Adobe Summit, Virtual
. 27-29 | Content Marketing Conference, Virtual
. 27-28 | Fortune Brainstorm Health, Virtual
. 28 | AMA SEO 101, Virtual
. 28-29 | GamesBeat Summit, Virtual

 

Featured Video: Virtual Hangouts are Back: Join us 20-23 April, Earth Day Week.
Featured Image: Jared Schwitzke on Unsplash

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