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This year’s event will now take place virtually, with video panel discussions, solo talks and interviews released via the Brands Untapped newsletter on November 24th.
Brands Untapped’s Brand Design Conference, in partnership with Brand Licensing Europe, will now take place in November as a virtual event.
The conference, exploring creativity and design thinking around brand extensions, was originally due to take place as a live event next month. This new format will see video panel discussions, solo talks and interviews released via the Brands Untapped newsletter on November 24th.
These video sessions will be pre-recorded rather than live, so viewers can pick and choose to watch content when it suits them. Content already announced will become virtual, with additional material being recorded for the digital format.
“We’ve been delighted with the industry’s response to the Brand Design Conference content, and the enthusiasm for design-focused celebration,” said Brands Untapped’s Billy Langsworthy, adding: “Making the event virtual now lets anyone engage with the content, anywhere in the world and at any time. We look forward to launching some fascinating talks and panels in November.”
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Those interested in attending the Brand Design Conference are also invited to attend Brand Licensing Europe for free on 20th September to check out the Brand Designs panel discussion at 10:30am. Chaired by Brands Untapped’s Billy Langsworthy and featuring Skew’s Oliver Dyer, Wildbrain CPLG’s Michael Ogunseitan and The Roald Dahl Story Company’s Stephanie Griggs, the panel will explore the creative strategies and design thinking that goes into crafting authentic, successful brand extensions.
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