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Global creative calendar: March 2021

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Warning: Featured happenings in this edition of the Global Creative Calendar are closer than they appear. 

Over the past few years,  these updates have presented you with thousands of opportunities to advance your knowledge, sharpen your skills, immerse yourself in world-class entertainment experiences, and/or connect with those who inspire you. Now, a revolution in online learning is underway, and these types of offerings are flourishing, with greater variety and access than ever. 

All the trends inviting us to learn, grow, and engage are coming together. Now, it's your move. 

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.

March Events
. 13 Feb. – 13 March | Igloofest, Montreal & Online
. 23 Feb. – 15 March | Transitions Film Festival, Virtual
. 1 | Building an Organization that Delivers on Purpose, Virtual
. 1 & 8 | Creating Compelling Insight Stories, Virtual
. 1-5 | EFM Horizon, Virtual
. 1-12 | Pause Fest, Virtual
. 1 | Podcasting: Telling Stories in Sound, Virtual
. 1-5 | World Ocean Summit Virtual Week
. 2 | Ad Age A-List and Creativity Awards, Virtual
. 3 | Advertising in 2021 and Beyond, Virtual
. 3-4 | Developing a Creative Mindset, Virtual
. 3 | Fixing Content Workflows: 4 Proven Methods to Streamline Content Marketing, Virtual
. 3 | World Wildlife Day Film Showcase, Virtual
. 4-5 | COGSEC, Virtual
. 5 | LeBook Connections New York, Virtual
. 5-14 | New York International Children’s Film Fest, Virtual
. 8 | Data Visualization for Storytellers, Virtual
. 8-12 | IAB Annual Leadership Meeting, Virtual
. 8 | International Women’s Day
. 8-12 | Technology for Change Week Asia Virtual
. 9 | Ad Age Leading Women U.S., Virtual
. 9-10 | The Bazaarvoice World Summit, Virtual
. 9 | Understanding Your Profit and Loss Statement, Virtual
. 10-12 | Digital Marketing Summit North America, Virtual
. 10 | Learn Design Systems with Dan Mall, Virtual
. 11 | Advertising Week Latin America, Virtual
. 11 | Sessions: Welcome to the Cyberpunk Dystopia, Virtual
. 11 | Game-Winning Virtual Engagement Strategy, Virtual
. 12-13 | Forward Festival, Munich
. 15-18 | Climate Risk Summit North America, Virtual
. 15-19 | GDC Showcase, Virtual
. 15 | Video Storytelling, Virtual
. 16 | Amazon U: Advertising Beyond Search, Virtual
. 16-18 | Market Research Society Impact 2021, Virtual
. 16-20 | SXSW, Virtual
. 18-28 | Big Ears Festival, Knoxville
. 22-28 | Arctic Design Week, Rovaniemi
. 22 | World Water Day
. 23 | Ad Age Next: Food & Beverage, Virtual
. 23-25 | Festival of Marketing presents The Bottom Line, Virtual
. 23-24 | Esports Business Summit University, Virtual
. 24-25 | Adweek Elevate: Performance Marketing, Virtual
. 24-25 | Digital Marketing World Forum North America, Virtual
. 24 | Fairchild Media Group Virtual Diversity Forum
. 25 | Digital Ethnography Summit, Virtual
. 26-28 | Ultra Music Festival, Miami
. 30 March – 15 April | AToMiCon, Virtual
. 31 | WIRED Health, Virtual
. 31 March – 4 April | Kaboom Animation Festival, Virtual
. 31 March – 10 April | The Santa Barbara International Film Festival, Virtual

Featured Video: SXSW Online 2021 is set to run from 16-20 March.
Featured Image: James Padolsey on Unsplash

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