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21 Nov 2017.

Bruketa in the Brand Week Istanbul panel discussion

The United Nations of Creativity

Bruketa&Žinić&Grey Creative Director Davor Bruketa  has participated in a Brand Week Istanbul panel discussion. The festival is a five days event devoted to marketing and creativity and has been organised by the Kapital Medya Hizmetler media company for the past 5 years.

The festival included conferences, workshops, award shows, projections and exhibitions and was held from 6 to 10 November 2017 at the Zorlu Performing Arts Center in Istanbul. Brand Week Istanbul wants to bring the Turkish marketing and communications industry closer to the world and bring its professional community together with the most creative world names, concepts and projects.

The panel with Davor Bruketa was entitled The United Nations of Creativity and was held on the third day of the festival as part of the Creative Day. Besides Bruketa, the panel included Facebook Creative Marketing Manager for MEA region Shahwir (Weera) Saad; Digital Creative Director for JANDL Bratislava Jord Nikov and Chief Creative Director for Leo Burnett Bucharest Ali Bati. They have talked about the differences in the creative industry in different parts of the world and have brought the audience closer to the subject of how different cultures shape creativity.

The conference also included prominent professionals from different fields of business and show business such as the lead Iron Maiden singer Bruce Dickinson; the author of the New York Times best-seller Ken Segall and the man behind the Apple Think Different campaign; the famous designer Stefan Sagmeister; Facebook Vice President Sarah Personette and many others.

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