DAY FIVE | The Future of Creative Technology

Meet the Makers at The Mill pioneering new technologies that are revolutionizing brand experiences in the virtual and physical worlds. 'The Future of Creative Technology' is a free virtual event, taking place on YouTube Live from March 22nd - 26th.
Community March 26, 2021

It’s the final day of our virtual festival ‘The Future of Creative Technology’! We’ll be closing out with Mill Creative Director Bradon Webb’s view on the future of virtual and physical space design. We’ll also be joined by our creative partners at BBDO, Oatly and Draftline to discuss the future of branded experiences and culture post-pandemic.

 

The Future Design of Public Spaces: Virtual, Physical & Beyond

9am PDT, 11am CT, 12pm ET, 4pm GMT, 5pm CET *daylight savings observed

Hear Bradon’s transparent insights into the power of scalability and his thoughts on the creative process. Meaningful experiences offer something without the expectation of anything in return. He’ll touch on future trends in technology and how we can approach experiences in a post-Covid world.

Speaker: Bradon Webb

 

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The Future of Culture and Brand Experiences Post-Pandemic

10am PDT, 12am CT, 1pm ET, 5pm GMT, 6pm CET *daylight savings observed

What does the summer of 2022 look like? Looking to the future, we chat with a series of brand marketing leaders about what the future of culture and brand experiences might look like in a post-covid world.

Speakers: Heidi Hackemer (Oatly), Eric Flinn (Draftline), Vishal Dheiman (BBDO), Michael Knowlton (Campfire/The Mill) 

 

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‘The Future of Creative Technology’ is taking place all week – you can view our full schedule of events here. Would you like to find out more about the terms we’re using? Check out our Glossary.

 

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