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Your workload is heavier than it’s ever been for a creative team, and administrative duties such as answering internal emails and attending meetings consume more and more of your time. This results in feeling unproductive, overwhelmed and dissatisfied.
Forward thinking leaders are taking a radically different approach to meet the endless challenges that are reshaping the workplace. Underpinning this transformation is the use of technology so you can ease the administrative burden and allow your team to spend more of their time focused on the work that matters, resulting in them feeling satisfied, productive, and happy.
What is creativeworks?  This interactive luncheon for marketing and agency leaders is an exclusive 2-hour event featuring an expert panel and an open room discussion. Our objective is to bring together a select group of senior creatives to share insights and personal experiences with one another and create a rich networking experience for all. This is an invitation-only event for creative and marketing leaders from local enterprises in the Greater San Jose area.

Discussion Topics:

  • The notion of work and its intrinsic value on a creative individual
  • How can you foster an effective creative organization of the future while integrating into legacy departments and dealing with old ways of thinking?
  • Creativity is something that can’t be rushed and often individualistic, so how can you lead a team of creatives?
  • What are the best technologies and tools that support the creative organizations of the future?

PHOTOS FROM THIS EVENT

MODERATOR

Gary Clinger

Gary Clinger
VP, Marketing
Workfront

PANELIST

Pradeep Ananth

Pradeep Ananth
Sr. Manager
Deloitte Digital

PANELIST

Kevin Frank

Kevin Frank
Executive Creative Director
LinkedIn

PANELIST

Sheila Hatch

Sheila Hatch
President and Creative Director
Decca Design

PANELIST

Josiah Koons

Josiah Koons
Sr. Manager Creative Services
BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment

If you have received an invitation and would like to RSVP, or if you would like additional information and to be considered for participation, please email Stephanie Pereira Lima at spl@bdionline.com. While there is no cost to participate, we require registrants to show up and actively contribute to the conversation.

DATE

Thursday, April 19th, 2018

TIME

12:00 pm – 2:00 pm

LOCATION

Fleming’s
2762 Augustine Dr, Santa Clara, CA 95054

ATTENDEE PROFILE
35 senior business and marketing leaders from major enterprises and agencies in the Greater San Jose area

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EVENT AGENDA:

12:00 PM – 12:30 PM Registration and Networking Lunch
12:30 PM – 1:15 PM Panel Discussion
1:15 PM – 2:00 PM Moderated Roundtable Discussion Groups


SPONSOR

Workfront is a cloud-based work management solution. With our help, enterprise teams in creative and technical industries can triumph over outdated email and relentless rework. It’s a software solution designed to put work first, and turn you into a project king. Whether in the office, or traveling, Workfront provides an ideal, centralized location to complete work and collaborate in real-time, improving productivity, creating value, and offering executive visibility into every step of the process. There’s a reason why thousands of world-class enterprise teams like Fossil, Trek, ATB Financial, Starbucks, Amazon, and FCB trust Workfront. To learn more, visit workfront.com.

ORGANIZER

BDI-Transparent

Business Development Institute (BDI) is an award-winning event marketing agency specializing in producing invitation-only, thought leadership driven, custom events on the most impactful topics. BDI’s programs create an interactive peer learning experience while providing a rare networking opportunity for like-minded leaders over a fine lunch.

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