Creative All Stars 2015

When: Mon, September 14, 9am – 5pm, 2015
Where: Sime Darby Convention Centre, Kuala Lumpur
Admission: MYR 1500 (+ MYR 90 GST)
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The Next Best Thing could be you! As creativity embraces a myriad of media possibilities, new skill sets come into play in a wireless, borderless world. This global gathering of breakthrough thinkers who will inspire marketers and the creative community to excel beyond the sea of sameness! Topics: Updated
  • How India became a creative super power
    Sonal Dabral, Chairman & Chief Creative Officer, DDB Mudra
  • The importance of being a social slut
    Pat Law, Founder, GOODSTUPH
  • How apps are changing the world
    Steve Molloy Creative Director, LOMAH Studios
  • Creating a collective visual vocabulary
    Steve Lawler Head of Creative, Kult Magazine
  • Fail Harder
    Nils Andersson, President & Chief Creative Officer, TBWA
  • The Power of Restlessness
    Merlee Jayme Chairman & Chief Creative Officer, DM9 Jayme Syfu
  • Emotional digital: using technology to create deep emotions
    Yasu Sasaki, Executive Creative Director, Dentsu Aegis Network 
  • Don't create ads, create brand purpose
    Vinod Savio, Integrated Creative Director, DDB Group/Tribal Worldwide
  • Story telling & neuroscience: migration from big screens to small screens
    Tham Khai Meng, Worldwide Chief Creative Officer, Ogilvy & Mather
Prominent Speakers
  • Merlee Cruz-Jayme (Top): Cannes Lion Grand Prix and Grand Clio winner Merlee Cruz-Jaymee is Chairman and Chief Creative Officer of DM9 Jayme Syfu, Manila. She the only woman in the 20 top creative directors ranking in Asia by Campaign Brief Asia. DM9 Jayme Syfu is the small shop she founded 9 years ago and is now ranked No. 1 in the Philippines. Text Photo
  • Tham Khai Meng (Bottom) is Worldwide Chief Creative Officer of Ogilvy & Mather. He made history by leading the agency to win Network of the Year at Cannes four times in a row in 2012-2015. Khai Meng has taught at St. Martins and Royal College of Art in London and is a Fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts. Text