Creative Social Presents...The Internet Enabled Society.

Event Info

Wed 7 Sep, 2011 from 7:00pm - 8:00pm
LBi London
146 Brick Lane
London, E1 6RU, UK (Map)
Cost: £15-£100 + booking fee (see website)


To what extent has the Internet enabled society? A group of our leading Socials will be discussing hot topics that affect and shape our culture and the people living in it today.

Come and listen to views that cover ‘The power of choice, Call a spade a spade. The more internet-enabled society becomes, the more advertisers can help people decide which lager, bleach, bet, soap powder, margarine, flight, entertainment and cider to buy', along with 'The new classroom, Everyone knows the education system is way past due. But nobody knows what the new system should be' and ‘Culture and branded content, is this the privatisation of social engineering?’ Through to ‘Analytics for the planet’ and ‘The convenience revolution, Why the power of easy will change the way we think about everything’.

Provocative, funny, always informative, Creative Social Presents (#cspresents) is not to be missed!



Chris Clarke, Chief Creative Officer, Lost Boys International - London

Fernanda Romano, ex Global Creative Director, Euro RSCG

Alistair Campbell, Executive Creative Director, Agency Republic 

Andy Sandoz, Creative Partner and Innovation Director, Work Club

Tom Bazeley, Managing Partner, Lean Mean Fighting Machine  


+ Free drinks courtesy of Source

Because Source is all about Connected People, Connecting People, Creative Social is the perfect platform for people to network whilst benefiting from leading industry knowledge.  To help conversation flow, there will also be a sponsored bar, courtesy of our friends at Source (

      Thanks for the support.


      We would also like to say a special thanks to LBi for helping us out with a top venue, thanks guys!


Please note: This event is for agency folk and students only

The new classroom
 Everyone knows the education system is way past due. Buy nobody knows what a new system should be.



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