CR In New York

This October, Creative Review is staging a one-day conference in New York…

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This October, Creative Review is staging a one-day conference in New York…

Click is Creative Reviewʼs digital advertising conference. We’ve been running Click in London since 2005. On 1 October, in association with the Art Directors Club, we are coming to New York.

The idea is to bring together leading creatives and their clients from around the world to analyse and discuss the state of online advertising. The day is a mixture of analysis, debate and inspiration. We’ll have showcases of groundbreaking work plus panels discussing important topics in the field.

We now have our programme of speakers confirmed:

Tom Ajello of Poke New York
James Cooper and Johnny Vulkan of Anomaly/ Another Anomaly
Sergio Gordilho of Brazil’s Africa Advertising
Mattias Hansson of Hyper Island
Alessandra Lariu of AKQA and She Says
Michael Lebowitz and Joshua Hirsch of Big Spaceship and the Society of Digital Agencies
Richard C Lent of AgencyNet
Benjamin Palmer of Barbarian Group
Paul Parton of The Brooklyn Brothers
David Wales of Ministry of Culture
Jay Wolff of Odopod.

The day will be moderated by Liz Danzico of A Brief Message, Happy Cog and Boxes and Arrows.

For more information on Click NY, or to book your place, go here

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