Campaign India Team
Apr 28, 2014

Lowe Lintas and Partners to host Portfolio Night in Mumbai

The worldwide event is slated for 21 May 2014

Lowe Lintas and Partners to host Portfolio Night in Mumbai
The 12th edition of Portfolio Night, a global portfolio review and recruitment event, will be hosted by Lowe Lintas and Partners in Mumbai. The agency had previously hosted the night in 2012.
 
Portfolio Night gives young creative aspirants the chance to have their work sampled by at least three creative directors from the industry in one evening.
 
Twenty five top CDs from the industry are slated to attend and review the work of aspirants. Each CD will meet three candidates individually for 15 minutes and review their work, ideas and offer them feedback.
 
Amer Jaleel, NCD, Lowe Lintas and Partners, said, "Advertising has been the nesting place for too many media-related professions. And we have lost people to these newer options. Portfolio Night is also a great platform for young people to discover the joys of advertising. And since we have to cast this net wider Portfolio Night should only get bigger."
 
Arun Iyer, NCD, Lowe Lintas and Partners, added, “It’s a great opportunity for Lowe Lintas to give back to the community and the industry of advertising. We would want young creative guys to come in and get the chance to talk to some of the best known CDs in the country. Not only to get a sense of what the real world is all about, but also for the encouragement that they deserve and opportunities that advertising offers.”
 
Tickets for Portfolio Night are on sale from 16 April. More details are available on http://www.portfolionight.com/12/mumbai/
Source:
Campaign India

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