Understanding the art of branding is vital to any designer's career. And so we're bringing together some of the biggest names in global branding design - for one incredible day that YOU can be a part of.
On 6 March, the brand visionaries for multinational companies like Carlsberg and Tesco, plus global agencies like Wolff Olins, johnson banks and AKQA, will share their secrets at Impact Conference, a high-end event in London's South Bank brought to you by Computer Arts magazine.
It's an event you can't miss - and we've got an offer you can't refuse. Because we're offering Creative Bloq readers a massive 20%* off the ticket price. Just:
- Visit the website (opens in new tab)
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- Add this Promotional Code when prompted: FRIENDS20
If you're a student, you can get an extra discount here (opens in new tab). And finally, if you want to send a group from your agency then there's one further offer - 5 tickets for just £1,000 (there's no code, just buy the tickets and the discount will automatically be applied).
Want to know more about Impact? Then read on and we'll give you all the details...
Sunita Yeomans, Tesco
Graphic designer Yeomans has worked in leadership roles for a number of retail brands since 1997, including Boots and Argos, and co-founded SSHY Creative Ltd. Sunita recently joined Tesco as head of creative.
Michael Wolff was one of the founders of Wolff Olins, among the world’s most iconic design agencies. He now works with clients around the world as a designer and creative advisor. He's an 'Inclusive Design Champion' for the UK government.
James Hilton, AKQA
James Hilton is co-founder and chief creative officer at global design agency AKQA. He's collected multiple awards including Grand Prix and Cannes Lions and is one of the world's 50 most influential creatives according to Creative50 (opens in new tab).
Michael Johnson, johnson banks
Michael Johnson runs johnson banks, a London design consultancy with a global reach. He has dozens of designs in the V&A’s permanent collection and was D&AD President in 2003.
- And that's just a few of our great speakers! Check out the full list of speakers here (opens in new tab)
The Impact Conference will be held at the London Film Museum (opens in new tab) in South Bank. There are two tracks of sessions for you to choose from, taking place in the stunning Rotunde and the Debating Chamber. Lunch will be provided at the venue as well as tea and coffee throughout the day.
The venue is two minutes walk from Waterloo Tube and rail station, plus there are three car parks nearby including an NCP.
The after party
After the event, it's time to get socialising and networking! Meet up for drinks with fellow attendees at Carriage 34 (opens in new tab), a brand new concept bar and comfortable cocktail club with a unique vintage train theme. Plus there'll be live music from Kitty LaRoar (opens in new tab) and Nick of Time (opens in new tab).
All in all, it's going to be a day to remember, with learning and networking opportunities that you just won't find at any other event. So quick, take advantage of our voucher code and -