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InterContiental Hotel San Francisco
888 Howard Street
San Francico, CA
Only 3% of advertising Creative Directors are women, despite the fact that female consumers control upwards of 80% of spending in the U.S. Why is that? Join us October 16-17 to problem solve, story tell, trend watch and square off with some of the best minds in advertising, gender research, and human resources.
This second-year event follows a blockbuster first year
- SOLD OUT in advance of conference date
- Drew participants from over 30 agencies nationwide
- Garnered headlines from Forbes, Ad Age, Fast Company and more
- Earned a proclamation from City Hall + earned founder, Kat Gordon, a place on Ad Age's "Top 10 Women to Watch in 2013" list
- 80% of attendees rated the conference “Excellent” and 85% indicated they plan to return in 2013
New this Year | Speed Mentoring
Must be registered for 3% Conference
How many times have you gone to conferences and found it too awkward to network with the people you admire most? In Speed Mentoring, 20 top CDs and 20 Creatives will meet in a fast-paced setting, ask and answer questions and have the option of making a long-term connection. If you’re a Creative who wants to learn from the best, grab your Speed Mentoring slot now. (Two sessions available). Some Speed Mentors include, Guy Kawasaki, Margaret Keene, Julie Scelzo, Rob Schwartz, Cindy Gallop and many others.
Who Should Attend?
Men + women who are Agency Owners, Creative Directors, Creative Recruiters, Enlightened Clients, Junior Agency Creatives, Advertising Students and Industry Watchers.
The 2012 Conference drew attendees from:
The Martin Agency
Wieden + Kennedy
Butler Shine Stern
To ask about a limited number of one-day tickets, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Your registration is refundable before September 1 (minus an administration fee). After Sept. 1, registrations are transferable for the 2013 event, but not refundable. You also have the option of donating your registration to a student as part of our Student Scholarship initiative.