Ogilvy & Mather China to host Portfolio Night 8

For the second year in a row, Ogilvy & Mather China has signed on as Global Agency Partner for ihaveanidea's Portfolio Night 8 and will also host the Shanghai event on May 20, 2010. ihaveanidea's Portfolio Night is the largest simultaneous advertising portfolio review ever
held in the world, featuring a uniquely designed portfolio review process in a "speed dating"
setting. The event helps students, recent graduates and up-and-coming creatives around the world to break into the ad industry and involves the top creative directors in each participating city.

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"Hosting Portfolio Night again was an easy decision for us as there's no clearer way to
demonstrate the importance of creativity to our business, and our dedication to nurturing talent," said Chris Reitermann, President of Ogilvy & Mather Group Shanghai. "Attracting the best and brightest is a surefire way to sharpen the creative edge of an agency and we look forward to welcoming them and our peers for a fun night of networking."

In addition to hosting the Shanghai event, Ogilvy & Mather will also partner with ihaveanidea to bring Portfolio Night 8 to 23 of the 32 cities around the world hosting the event including Athens, Atlanta, Beirut, Buenos Aires, Cairo, Caracas, Dubai, Dublin, Frankfurt, Hong Kong, Jeddah, Kuwait, London, Manama, Melbourne, Mexico City, Mumbai, New York, San Francisco, Sao Paulo, Taipei and Tunis.

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