And as part of the mission to foster thought-provoking discussions on the nature of creativity applied to social good, UA&P teams up once again to bring you the second adobo-Tambuli Asia Pacific Conference on 31st May 2016 at the Fairmont Hotel in Manila. The conference celebrates the magazine’s advocacy and the school’s vision in fostering leaders who will contribute to bettering the lives of individuals, communities, and the greater good.
Featuring stellar speakers, such as respected regional agency heads, the impressive caliber of the presentations and panels will be worth investing the time spent at the whole-day conference.
Fresh from recently celebrating adobo magazine’s tenth anniversary, Angel Guerrero, publisher and editor-in-chief says: “Ultimately it’s all about a passion for creativity, which we all share. We’re happy to be partnering with UA&P again, as we examine the effects of social good combined with creativity. Attendees can only expect an exceptional line up of speakers.”
Jerry Kliatchko, dean of the School of Communication for UA&P, hopes that more participants from the region will attend the conference, as it is a valuable resource for marketers, NGOs and advertising agency heads. Dean Kliatchko shares: "The adobo-Tambuli conference showcases winning campaigns as presented by industry leaders, demonstrating the ever-growing belief of clients today that brands that do good, actually bring good results for business."
With the theme CREATIVITY + HUMAN GOOD + RESULTS, the conference brings together the best minds in the business, who will share their insights and expertise, hoping to inspire more people to find their purpose, and effect real change—the conference at Fairmont Hotel in Makati will feature talks by respected industry leaders from the Asia Pacific region such as:
A unique opportunity for marketing and advertising practitioners to interact with these regional leaders, and gain new insights regarding innovations as well as inspirations found in the industry—anyone interested in conversations on how creativity, social or human good and results can further make a better world can and should sign up to be part of the conference.
For more details and to register, please contact Joche Guerrero (firstname.lastname@example.org) at +632 845.0218 loc. 103, or +63 915 803 9135.