MM&MM, the world's biggest agency to conquer Cannes 2012 Festival on Massive Wednesday

MassiveWednesday.jpgAfter announcing a partnership to organize the infamous Wednesday evening event during the International Festival of Creativity (Cannes Lions), international music agency MassiveMusic and MediaMonks, the biggest digital agency in Europe, are putting the finishing touches on creating the world's biggest and most awarded agency: MM&MM. For one night only. Hans Brouwer (MassiveMusic) and Victor Knaap (MediaMonks), will assemble the perfect team from the four corners of the globe, to deliver the right blend of beats and beverages. Only the best and bravest will be invited to join MM&MM for one night to show their party skills.

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In the past 11 years, the popular event known as "MassiveWednesday" has established itself as "the party" in Cannes, eagerly anticipated by thousands of creative industry professionals from around the globe. This year MediaMonks (known for innovating party skills) are leaving their footprints on this legendary event. Together MassiveMusic and MediaMonks will create the most legendary party Cannes has ever experienced. Well, until next year that is.
 
MM&MM "The Worlds Biggest Agency (for one night only)" will be launched at a party in Cannes on Wednesday 20th June 2012.
 
MM&MM: The World's Biggest Agency (for one night only).
Wednesday June 20th 2012
Bâoli Beach Club
50 Boulevard de la Croisette
Cannes, France

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