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September 27, 2012 / davebirss

Meet the host of Silicon Beach 2012

Last year, I was asked to speak at Silicon Beach – a lovely little conference down in sunny Bournemouth – and I couldn’t do it. I can’t actually recall which wonderful business engagement prevented me from attending. It can’t have been that great because I was disappointed not to be there.

This year, not only am I attending and speaking, I’m also hosting the two days of creative industry future-gazing.

And it takes place in just over a week – so I’m starting to get pretty excited.

If the fact that I’m the MC of the event doesn’t get your mental taste-buds salivating, maybe some of the other speakers will. The line-up reads like a who’s who of the marketing industry. How about these for starters:

  • Nick Darken – Executive Creative Director of Albion
  • MT Rainey – Executive Chairman of Th_nk
  • Paul Bainsfair – Director General of the IPA
  • Andy Bell – Creative Director of Mint Digital
  • Tiffany St James – Founder of Stimulation
  • Nicole Yershon – Director of Innovative Solutions at Ogilvy
  • Steve Taylor – CEO of The Neighbourhood
  • Steve Price – Creative Director of Plan B Studio

And there’s more. Lots more. And I’m starting to feel rather out of my depth in their company.

Best of all – as the host of the event – I can offer you an amazing special deal on tickets. How about 50% off? That’ll do nicely! All you have to do is mention ‘additive’ in the promotional code box and the saving’s all yours.

You can pay me back with a ginger ale when you get to the event.

You can grab your tickets here.

I hope I’ll see you there.

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