DMA Talent: Summer School and Big Book Crit 2018

April 5, 2018

DMA Talent: Summer School 2018

It’s the choices you make that will take you where you want to be – apply now for your opportunity to be part of the DMA Talent: Summer school class of 2018.

Creative, data and technology combine to bring you a 3 day programme of talks, workshops, networking events and agency visits, an open window into the industry and your chance to explore where you fit into it.

From what it actually means to be an account handler to the ins and outs of segmenting data and briefing creative, consider this your marketing masterclass, designed to educate, guide and inspire new talent.

And of course, it isn’t just about the industry, it’s about the people you meet along the way. From established marketers to your new-found peers, the first connections you make are vital – and trust us, you’ll make a lot.

July 11 – 13 2018 will see 30 young, talented individuals embark upon a mission to find their place.

Think you’re up to the challenge? Apply now

Applications close 18 May

Big Book Crit Spring 2018

The Big Book Crit runs in partnership with the Graeme Robertson Trust, the IDM & DMA to help aspiring creatives looking to break into the creative marketing sector. Young creatives are given the rare opportunity to have their work critiqued by creative directors and build those all important connections.

The Big Book Crit returns this spring 2018 at the following locations:

24 April – Bristol at Prophecy
24 April – London at DMA House
25 April – Edinburgh at Union
26 April – Norwich at Ideas Factory NUA

How does it work?

Big Book Crit is completely free to attend.

The event is split into three sections: kicking off with a short topical talk, followed by individual book and portfolio critiques and then finishing up with drinks and networking. A mix of creative directors and other senior creatives are always on-hand to offer feedback on work and advice on getting a job in the creative industry.

Who can attend?
The event is open to students (at any stage of their course) or recent grads with an existing book of work. Creative teams or individuals are both welcome.

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