Bristol to host a world class hub for creatives

Vision 2016

Vision 2017 has announced its full line up of world class international speakers who are set to challenge business as usual and drive transformation across Bristol’s creative sector.

Key note speaker, Blair Enns, is returning to Vision, which takes place on 14th November, to deliver a highly sought-after talk, ‘Five Constraints: Thought Experiments in New Business’.

He is joined by futurist Tracey Follows, Tarek Nseir Co-President of the British Interactive Media Association, multi-award winning Jim Sutherland, founder of Studio Sutherland Anna Rafferty, Global Director: Digital Marketing at BBC Worldwide plus many more.

Now in its sixth year, Vision brings over 300 creative business professionals from the worlds of advertising, digital marketing, design, publishing, PR, TV and VR under one roof.

Delegates will experience a full day packed with new business ideas, and the chance to connect and initiate partnerships and collaborations among Bristol’s high profile creative community.

Travelling to Bristol from Canada, keynote speaker, Blair Enns, founder of Win without Pitching, is a return speaker for 2017.

The progressive ideas he presented back in 2010, on how creative services are bought and sold are still being discussed among agencies and this year he is set to alter perceptions again into how we do business, sharing self-imposed limitations as the keys to illuminate a strategy to success.