Tickets for this year’s Vision 2012 conference in Bristol – which aims to showcase and support the city’s burgeoning creative sector – are now on sale.
Now in its third year, the conference taking place at Paintworks on November 14-15 includes talks, seminars and workshops given by some of the most creative people in the UK.
Speakers already confirmed include Dan Germain, Head of Creative at Innocent Drinks; Rita Clifton talking about Pro Logo; and Andrew Cracknell, ad man and author of the Real Mad Men.
Organisers also expect more than 200 of the UK’s top digital, design, marketing, advertising, publishing, PR and television professionals to attend.
Caroline Marshall, spokesperson at Bristol Media, organisers of Vision, said: “The UK has seen a surge in activity and investment in the creative industries over the past decade or so, and we believe that creative collaboration will be a key aspect of developing our thriving business and cultural communities.
“Bristol’s growing reputation as a creative hub is, in part, due to the nature of that workforce. We are a close network where people from different organisations often get together and aren’t afraid to collaborate, whether that be on projects or just sharing opinions. We feel this is a unique trait and has inspired this year’s Vision.
“The creative sector in the UK is full of talent, passion, ambition and creative excellence. Vision is a platform to inspire this audience and provide a whole raft of relevant, thought provoking sessions with more to soak up in two days than most people have access to in two years. Whether you want to hear first-hand what’s shaping the digital landscape or about the innovations that drive some of the world’s most revolutionary businesses, Vision has something for you.”
Tickets are available now and, if you book before October 15, there is a 20% early bird discount – tickets start at £129 +VAT from the Vision Website.
For more information about Vision, visit www.visionbristol.com.