02 Sep, 2009

Click New York

Posted by: admin In: Creative Review

Fresh from a successful event in Singapore, CR’s Click conference goes to New York for a day of digital creativity on 1 October. With one month to go, there’s still time to book your place…

Click New York will provide a platform for US creatives to reveal the secrets behind some of the year’s most influential digital campaigns. Held at the Art Directors Club, this year’s event in the Big Apple has a great lineup of speakers:


Chloe Gottlieb, Executive Creative Director, Interaction Design, R/GA

Rob Reilly, Partner/Co-Executive Creative Director, Crispin Porter + Bogusky

Michael Lebowitz, Founder/CEO, Big Spaceship

Patrick Burgoyne, Editor, Creative Review

Lars Bastholm, Chief Digital Creative Officer, Ogilvy

Benjamin Palmer, CEO/Co-Founder, The Barbarian Group

Tom Ajello, Founder/Creative Director, Poke New York

Vivian Rosenthal, Co-Founder, Tronic Studio

Vincent Morisset, Web-Friendly Director, AATOAA

Jason Zada, Director, Tool of North America

Gareth Kay, Director of Digital Strategy, Goodby Silverstein & Partners

Ty Montague, Co-President, Chief Creative Officer, JWT North America

Khoi Vinh, Design Director, NYtimes.com


And we still have some tickets left, so to register your place, email Anna Knight or get in touch via this link.

Patrick’s highlights from our day in Singapore are here while the full details of Click New York 2009 can be found at click2009.net.

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