Campaign India Team
Apr 26, 2018

D&AD to host a global creativity festival in London

Guardian Media Group and D&AD form partnership to create “global festival of creativity” in London and the festival will launch in 2019

Pic courtesy: theguardian.com
Pic courtesy: theguardian.com
Guardian Media Group and D&AD have announced a partnership to establish a new global festival to celebrate the power of creativity and explore how it shapes culture, intersects with business and builds a positive future.
 
Hosted in London, the festival will bring together business leaders with the world’s foremost thinkers, practitioners and emerging talent from across the creative and cultural sectors – including design, film, advertising, gaming, music, fashion and architecture. The festival will launch in 2019 with the aim of becoming a destination for curious, creative minds.
 
With global debates increasingly dominated by the opportunities and risks created by automation and data, the festival will be an opportunity to recognise, celebrate and learn about how the uniquely human quality of creativity can help industries and businesses to innovate and grow in the face of disruption.
 
Chief executive of Guardian Media Group David Pemsel said, “At a time when digital disruption, automation and AI are impacting every industry, it is clear that creativity no longer simply powers the worlds of media, advertising and design - it is an essential component of any business’s long term strategy. We are thrilled to be working with D&AD, and together we plan to create an unrivalled festival of creativity, for the UK and the world.”
 
Tim Lindsay, CEO of D&AD, said, "This new annual event will be a one stop shop for anyone interested in creativity, innovation and contemporary culture. The world does not operate in silos. Our aim is to be an umbrella for all creative thinking, a platform for talent, and a place for business leaders, practitioners and the general public to be energised, invigorated and inspired to integrate creative thinking to achieve business success.”
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