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27 November 2013

Google's Head of Design, Patrick Collister, to speak at WBS

Free Event • Registration Required

Google's Head of Design, Patrick Collister, will be visiting WBS on 27 November to discuss the future of advertising.

The talk will be looking at how YouTube is revolutionising the ad industry and helping businesses connect with their consumers on a more intimate and engaging level than ever before.

Mr Collister, who is responsible for developing the way businesses use Google to interact with their consumers, will be taking a piece of his creative work from the past and bringing it to life to demonstrate the new advertising channels available today.

This promises to be a fascinating evening for anyone wanting to hear more about the future of advertising, the business behind YouTube, or the Google culture.

Patrick boasts an impressive track record having been Vice Chariman at Ogilvy, founder of Creative Matters, and a Cannes Gold Award winner for his creative work with Heinz. At Ogilvy, Mr. Collister helped the organisation jump 10 places to become the 6th most creative agency in the world.

He has since gone on to found Creative Matters, which works with companies such as Unilever, Tesco, The Economist, and British Airways to develop creative thinking within their organisations.

Throughout his career, Patrick has been a keynote speaker at conferences and festivals around the world including the last eight years at Cannes.

The Warwick Marketing Society are delighted to welcome Patrick to WBS and hope that you can join us for the evening. The event is guaranteed to be popular so sign up now to avoid disappointment.

Get a sneak preview by listening to Patrick here.

// With

Patrick Collister, Head of Design, Google

// Where

M1 lecture theatre, Warwick Business School, University of Warwick
Coventry
CV4 7AL
United Kingdom Get directions »

// When

Wednesday 27 November 2013, 18:00 - 19:30

// Contact

elgilford@gmail.com
+44 (0)24 7657 4174

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