Every year The Educational Trust hosts some of the business industry's leading men and women that are at the forefront of everything that they do! They’ll be leading a series of debates and lectures on topics impacting the modern world of business and the trends that are shaping the way we work. Hamish Nicklin will be headlining this year’s event. He will be debating the impact of data in the media and the effect it’s having on the level of creativity in the industry today; explaining how human instinct should work together with the vast mine of data to maximise performance!

Group Managing Director at Mediacom, Paul Cooper and CEO of Mobedia, Johnny Hall will be joining Hamish in leading the debate on the subject. Paul has been a large part of Mediacom’s success for over 20 years. As an expert in everything digital Paul will bring a unique perspective to the event and a great insight into the future of creativity within the marketplace. Johnny is the CEO of Mobedia, a digital innovation agency leading the way in content and product creation. With years of experience under his belt at the top of a hugely successful agency, his understanding of the issues will be second to none!

The debate will be sure to be a hugely thought-provoking affair, informing and stimulating the audience throughout! Hosted by David Edmundson-Bird from Manchester Metropolitan University, this is an event not to be missed! All proceeds from the event go towards helping fund bursaries for professional study students from difficult financial backgrounds. These bursaries are a massive step in giving individuals the opportunities that everyone should have the chance to pursue.

Come down and become inspired by our guests, it’s all for a good cause so don’t miss out! The event is being held at Manchester Metropolitan University Business School, All Saints Campus, Oxford Road, M15 6BH on Thursday 23rd November from 18:30 – 20:30.

Ticket prices:

  • Students - £10
  • Members - £15
  • General Admission - £25
  • VIP - £45

Use our exclusive discount code CAND2017 for £10 off your ticket! Book your tickets here. 

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