Campaign India Team
Apr 19, 2011

Cannes Creative Leaders Programme to take place for second time in June

Applications are invited for the two-week training initiative run by the Cannes Lions and the Berlin School of Creative Leadership

Cannes Creative Leaders Programme to take place for second time in June

According to the Cannes Lions 2011 website, Cannes Lions and the Berlin School of Creative Leadership are running "The Cannes Creative Leaders Programme" in June this year for the second time. The programme is a two-week training initiative which takes place in Berlin and Cannes in June, designed for those either in a creative leadership position or about to step up to lead a team.

During the first week, participants are based at the Berlin School, one of the world's leading creative training institutions, engaged in six days of intensive training from Berlin School professors, studying real-world aspects of current advertising and other industry leadership and organisational practice through lectures, interactive case discussions, and small group exercises.

In the second week, participants move on to Cannes, France where, as Festival delegates, they will have access to the 2011 International Cannes Lions Festival. Each day combines exclusive lectures, discussions and group work with immersion in the Cannes Lions environment. All facilities of the full week in Cannes will be available to the participants, including Festival content, exhibitions, screenings, award shows and galas.

The cost is €7,950, which includes all tuition fees over the two weeks, a full registration to the Cannes Lions Festival and lunches. Participants will also receive VIP access for the opening and closing galas at Cannes Lions. Flights, accommodation, incidentals and other meals are not included. There are around 30 places available.

Visit The Cannes Lions website for more information on the Creative Leaders Programme.

Campaign India

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