2030 is Here. Are You Ready?

| February 5, 2020
Submitted by Leah Albi for Canada's Next Top Ad Exec

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From conception – to creation – to consumption, Canada’s Next Top Ad Exec intends to remove the curtain that hides the secrets of marketing. They will look at emerging trends and ideologies that will transition a marketing student of today into a marketing leader in the new decade – 2030.

The Story Line:
1. Letting passion connect and inspire conversations between learners and practitioners
2. An opportunity to network, showcase skills and learn from the best in class brands
3. Engage in creative debate that lights up spaces and generates the heat of new thinking

So, how are we going to do this?

The Marketer is a full-day program designed in collaboration with senior industry leaders to provide students with the opportunity to discover `The Marketer’ within themselves.

1. The Interactive Workshops (4) include a seminar to learn about the ever-changing and emerging world of marketing and a creative debate with fellow learners and leaders.
2. Swim With The Talent provides attendees with time for a more personal chat between brand leaders and students who are ready to cut their teeth!

Date: Friday, March 13
Location: Toronto

Applications are now open! Check out Canada’s Next Top Ad Exec¬†for details on the event of the decade!

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