Speakers announced for Vision Conference in Bristol
Speakers for the creative sector’s Vision Conference at the University of Bristol Students Union have been announced.
Tickets are now available for the one-day event on 14th November which concentrates on inspiring the digital creative sectors.
Tarek Nseir, co-president at BIMA – the membership association for UK digital creatives – will give the opening keynote.
Tracey Follows, chief strategy & innovation officer at The Future Laboratory, will deliver a trends briefing.
One of the highlights will be Blair Enns, founder of Win without Pitching. Since his appearance at the first Vision Conference in 2010, agency owners are still talking about his mission to change the way creative services are bought and sold across the world.
“There are too few resources like the Vision conference available to owners of creative businesses in search of management help,” he said.
“I hope the conference continues for many years.”
This year he will share his ‘Five Constraints’ illuminating new paths to business success.
Caroline Marshall of organiser Bristol Media said: “Vision is all about the future of our creative sector and this year’s speakers are visionaries who I hope will inspire delegates and may even change the way they run their businesses making them even more successful.”
A total of 15 talks will be held seeking to engage, inspire and educate over 350 of the region's creative business owners.
“It’s a wonderful opportunity to take a step back, get inspired, and get connected with some amazing people,” said Peter Czapp, co-founder of The Agency Collective.
Below: Highlights from last year's conference