26/02/19

Sense’s Stephanie’s a winner at the MAAG’s Creative Slam

Our Account Manager helps develop the winning brief at the latest Green Jam marketing agency shenanigans!

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Another inspiring and exciting Green Jam for Future Leaders event took place last week, hosted by the Marketing Agencies Action Group (MAAG), with our own Stephanie Haigh in the thick of the creative action.

The evening featured the Creative Slam challenge, designed to embrace and encourage creativity across the agency attendees. Several small groups took part in 50-minute brainstorms to develop a brief for a Peckham-based gin brand called Little Bird. Each group then made a presentation, and a winner was selected.

The event was brimming with enthusiasm, energy and brilliant ideas, with Stephanie’s team edging a closely fought contest to claim the night’s Creative Slam victory.

“It was a great experience to have a bit of creative fun responding to a really great client brief in such a friendly, relaxed forum!” said Stephanie. “It was certainly inspiring and I would recommend it to anyone thinking of getting involved in future MAAG events.”

Well done to all the Creative Slammers that took part and a big thank you to the MAAG for hosting another great Future Leaders event.

Find out more about the MAAG and its events…

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