PREMIER LEAGUE, WESTWIN china join createch 2019
(Above: Premier League's Bill Bush (left) and Anderson Liu of Westwin China (right) will speak at Createch 2019)
Bill Bush, Executive Director of the Premier League, and Anderson Liu, CEO of Westwin China, the marketing solutions provider, are among the latest confirmed speakers at the Createch 2019 conference on 11th June.
They join executives from BBC Studios, Facebook, Imagination, Verizon Media and The Mill in a confirmed diverse programme which has attracted delegations from China, South Korea, India, Japan, and Argentina to the event at Code Node as part of London Technology Week. Tickets are available here.
Other speakers include:
Tim Davie, CEO BBC Studios and Co-Chair, Creative Industries Council
Anton Christodoulou, Group Chief Technology Officer, Imagination
Kevin Young, Head of Creative Technology, The Mill
James Bidwell, CEO, Springwise
John Cassy, CEO & Co-Founder, Factory 42
Katie Baron, Head of Retail at Trend Intelligence Service, Stylus
Glenn Kelly, Head of Production, The Imaginarium Studios
Natalie Graeme, Founder, Uncommon Creative
Mark Melling, Head of RYOT Studio EMEA, Verizon Media
Read more speaker details and book here.
Publication of a 'Ones to Watch’ list of 50 leading UK-based businesses and projects that are benefiting from the interaction of creativity and technology is expected to be a further highlight of Createch.
Compiled by innovation research specialists Springwise with support from London & Partners and Digital Catapult, the list draws on new thinking about how the combination of creativity and technology is transforming products, services and experices.
This thinking has identified four key areas of innovation in Createch -
- immersive entertainment
- transformational experiences
- seamless service
- personalised tools
These segments are used as ways to help businesses and investors nagivate their way through this fast-changing space.
Now in its third year, the Createch conference attracts a unique mixture of senior decision-makers, entrepreneurs, creatives, and technologists. It is supported by Facebook, Imagination, and Kingston Smith.
See a short video round-up of last year's event.
More about Createch.