An exciting and informative workshop for creative practitioners, bringing together some of WA’s leading professionals. Topics covered in the Creative Toolkit Essentials include Trademarks, IP and Patents, Digital Advertising, Traineeships, Marketing, Cashflow Management and Superannuation.
Date: Friday the 29th January
Time : 10am- 4pm
Venue: Caves House Yallingup.
Cost is $44 (includes lunch and morning and afternoon tea)
As an special introduction to our first Creative Toolkit Workshop, registration to Essentials also includes an annual Friends With Benefits Membership to the Creative Corner.
A little bit about the presenters…
Co Founder and creative director of Block, Mark Braddock and Jack in the Box Director, Scott Robinson have worked on thousands of successful campaigns and are well known for not playing by the rules of convention. Their work is globally recognised, as is their philanthropic involvement. Marketing Coordinator Jenny Lee from the Margaret River Busselton Tourism Association joins the Mark and Scott on our Marketing Q & A Panel where you get to ask the tricky questions.
Fairfax Media State Director Marnie Mckeown, has been in the media game long enough to know what works. Marnie will help you navigate the Digital Landscape with an insight into future trends.
Grant Avery from RSM Australia talks real talk with practical examples of cash flow management. He’ll leave you motivated and with the tools you need to take financial control.
Patents and trade marks, are IP Lawyer Bridget Beaton’s forte from Watermark.
Whether he’s working with big corporates, or individuals seeking a career in the creative sector, ArtsReady Education and Employment Development Manager, Rog Chhabra can crystalise the key principles of the current traineeship market.
Media Super WA Business Development Manager Patrick Horneman is a breath of fresh air in the world of Superannuation, he has some key tips from the Australian media industries own super fund.
Register today email@example.com or call Niomi on 0427 012 008