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What is it that defines the best in digital creativity? How do you spot promise? What does inspirational look like? These are the questions BIMA Beat seeks to answer. And on 26 March you’ll be able to see the best entries to date at the BIMA Beat Showcase, this time work submitted to theme REDUCE.
Marketing is often about promoting consumption, buying new things. This quarter, our Creative Council are judging creative work that get us to reduce our consumption – be that smoking, drinking, eating, plastic, buying, trashing, posting, watching, the list can go on.
What is it?
BIMA Beat is a collaboration between BIMA, Sony Music UK’s 4th Floor Creative & Spotify. We’re looking for the best creative work from across the UK, work that represents the beating heart of UK digital creativity.
There’s a new theme to explore every quarter. This quarter’s theme is Reduce.
BIMA Beat Showcase is where we display the best of the best entries, as judged by senior industry creatives.
In addition to admiring and being inspired by the work on display, we’ll be joined by BIMA’s Creative Council. And there’ll be lots of opportunity to network, scout and explore collaborations.
Who is it for?
The BIMA Beat Showcase event is for all those who submitted entries, for all creative directors and senior creatives eager to spot the latest talent, and for all creatives looking for new ideas, inspiration and networking connections.
Why you should attend
As a creative, BIMA Beat Showcase keeps you in touch with the latest trends. It’s a great opportunity to chat to senior practitioners and explore collaborations with other BIMA members.
As a senior creative, BIMA Beat Showcase is your opportunity to meet new talent, find new ideas and approaches, and network in great creative company.
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Thu, 26 Mar 2020
18:30 - 22:00
White Collar Factory 1 Old Street Yard, London, EC1Y 8AF