Angles is a quarterly (roughly) event hosted in London for anyone interested in the role of creativity in advertising and PR.
The next event will focus on the value of values for brands. In a world where some of the biggest and most successful companies appear to act completely immorally do (or can) brand ethics help your bottomline?
It is a light-hearted evening designed to showcase the most creative minds in the capital in order to inspire, debate and inform. So far we’ve heard from people in PR, TV, Tech, and Ad Agencies. They’ve shared stories of how they build some of the most influential campaigns of the last year.
In our most recent instalment in July, we had the following speakers:
– Alex Mathieson, ITV2. Alex is the Creative Director of ITV2 and talked bringing the ‘cool’ back with the return of Dancing on Ice.
Ottilie Ratcliffe and Viola Hazlerigg, The Romans. These lovely ladies have both proudly hit the PR 30 under 30, and spoke about revolutionising the brand Freya with the lady of now, Maya Jama and their podcast ‘Melons’
– Andre Le Masurier, Google. Andre is currently the Exec Creative Director of the Google Brand Studio and showed us how data can be used to inspire creativity.
– Matthew Mifud, Quiet Storm. Matthew has worked on campaigns with EasyJet and The National Theatre and shared why he thought it was important advertising agencies remember to have fun.