LAS VEGAS, Today: DDB Group NZ chief creative officer Matty Burton has been named among a global panel of speakers currently appearing for the London International Awards Creative LIAisons Onsite Program in the US.
His focus is on the world of digital and social media & influencers. The program is a four-day experience, running concurrently with LIA judging, and takes place at the palatial Encore Hotel in Las Vegas starts on Sunday 8 and closes on Wednesday 11 October.
The press release says: “Matty has spent the last 25 years working in the creative field at some of the most creatively renowned places on the planet.
“Matty has spent the last 25 years working in the creative field at some of the most creatively renowned places on the planet.”
“Most recently he led an innovation team at Google as the APAC Creative Chief focusing on how brands can live in the world through emerging technologies. “There’s insightful talks, a thought-provoking workshop, unrivalled networking and the opportunity to observe the LIA jurors as they discuss the work that has reached the final statue round of judging.”
The LIA program features 120 young creatives from Amsterdam, Sydney, Bangkok, Singapore, New York, Brazil, Berlin, and Mumbai.
There’s no delegate fees – the LIA covers their travel and hotel accommodations.
Speakers include Mark Tutssel (ex-Leo Burnet) and Malcolm Poynton (Cheil).
Now in its 38th year, LIA was founded by Barbara Levy (the current president). Barbara is the first and only woman to start and operate an International Awards Show. 100% owned and operated by women. LIA continues to hold the distinction of being the only international award show owned by a woman and having a full-time staff of only women.
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