AdFest invites creative professionals from across the globe to host a speaker session in 2015 - submissions close 31st December 2014

Are YOU BAD ENOUGH.jpgIs there a topic you are bursting to share with the industry? A debate you'd love to spark? AdFest is now inviting creative professionals across the globe to submit session proposals to present at AdFest 2015.

"If you are in the creative and communications industry and have insights you would like to share with others, we'd love to hear from you," says Kem Suraphongchai, Festival Director at AdFest. "The theme of next year's festival is 'Be Bad', so we are looking for session proposals that will inspire the industry towards braver, bolder, and more provocative work."

AdFest 2015 will take place on Thursday 19th - Saturday 21st March in Pattaya, Thailand. Each year, the festival consists of a three-day program featuring informative and inspirational 40-mintue sessions and workshops. The theme of next year's festival, 'Be Bad', is a rallying cry to encourage the industry to disrupt the status quo and rise above the mediocre.
Sessions are limited so don't miss the chance to pitch your ideas and take the stage at AdFest 2015.

To submit your proposal, simply download and fill out the Session Proposal form and email it to by 31st December 2014. AdFest will confirm all successful submissions by the end of January 2015.

Founded in 1998 and located in tropical Thailand, AdFest is the ideal place for creatives from around the world to gather, network and exchange ideas.

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