LIA 'Creative Conversations' kicks off in Las Vegas

05 October 2014

LAS VEGAS (October 5, 2014) The 60 attendees of the LIA 'Creative Conversations' have arrived in Las Vegas.

This select group of young creatives between the ages of 21 and 30 who were selected by creative directors, producers, designers, associations and media outlets from around the world are here at Encore Hotel, Las Vegas to attend 4 days of interesting talks. On top of that, they have been invited to sit in for statue discussions with the different juries. They will also have the opportunity to interact personally with all the top creative jurors from around the world at a specially hosted dinner party.
John Merrifield (pictured) from Google Asia-Pacific, a well sought-after speaker who is always able to mesmerize a room with his choice of subject matter and inspire young people with his passion, is one of the key speakers at 'Creative Conversations'.

Other top creative gurus like Amir Kassaei, DDB Worldwide, Mark Tutssel, Leo Burnett Worldwide and Rob Reilly, McCann Worldgroup are included in the list. Other stellar speakers include billionaire entrepreneur, Daymond John, Ralph van Dijk of Eardrum Australia, Kelle Jacob from Estee Lauder, Dorte Spengler-Ahrens of Jung von Matt/Elbe, Scott Elias of Living Works Ventures and Rich Meitin, adjunct professor of Minnesota State University.
'Creative Conversations' was started by LIA three years ago as a way of giving back to the industry.

It begins on Monday, 6th October and ends on Thursday, 9th October.

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29th London International Awards

LIA has established itself as a revolutionary global competition, celebrating creativity, the power of ideas and new technology in all forms of Advertising, Digital and Design. Defining its 29-year history, Barbara Levy, Founder and President of LIA, continues her innovative leadership, meeting the demands of our ever-changing industry. Launched in 1986 with a mission to be different, LIA was the first truly international award, accepting entries in Television, Print and Radio media from around the world. LIA now accepts entries into fifteen unique media types.