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Sir Martin Sorrell headlines Connect: London 2018

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We’re excited to announce that we are launching Connect: London, London’s first creative industry trade show on 21st - 22nd November.

The unique counterparts of the creative industry are coming together to showcase their products and services, to equip us with essential insights and to inspire us with inventive, disruptive and diverse sessions at Connect: London.

Built on our highly successful festival in 2017, this year we move into the much bigger and iconic Boiler House at the Truman Brewery. With 19 exhibition spaces available and a number of sessions and workshops across two days, there are a host of opportunities to connect and network with the industry.

With preparations in full swing, the brightest creative minds and mavericks have begun to craft their sessions to inform and ignite conversations around topics that matter to us and the industry at large.

Join us for “Faster, better, more efficient”, a Q&A with Connect: London 2018’s headliner, Sir Martin Sorrell and more sessions from VICE, Universal Music, MediaMonks, ZAK, The Economist, Ogilvy and more, as we prepare to fuel inspiration, expand knowledge and forge connections at the heart of the city’s creative quarter this year.

Connect: London will be capped off with the legendary Connect: London Pool Party which has been a staple in the industry’s calendar for four years.

For sponsorship enquiries, please get in touch with Emeka.
For session and speaker proposals, please get in touch with Oz

Check out what we got up to last year!


Connect: London 2017

Pool Party 2017

 

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