YOUNG GOLD TALKS at Google Campus on 12th Nov

Join YOUNG GOLD TEETH for an inclusive day-long festival of talks and ideas-sharing on Saturday 12th November at Google Campus.

YOUNG GOLD TEETH will feature presentations followed by Q&A’s with speakers including gallery owners, magazine editors, small businesses, successful artists, bloggers and many more.

It promises to provide valuable insights into the creative industries. Offering unique advice and information on anything from pitching to a gallery or store, to running a flourishing independent business and using social media and community to boost a young brand.

Gain advice on how to pitch to a gallery or store; run a flourishing independent business and how to use social media and build a community to boost a young brand.

Attendees will hear from a range of experts and London-based ventures specialising in anything from publishing and co-working to e-commerce. Expect tasty refreshments (vegan+ gluten-free options), music from DJ duo GRL TLK and goodie bags packed!

Expect talks by:

Alice Mayor, founder of We Built This City, the design-led shop revolutionising London’s souvenir scene / Patrick Myles, award-winning art director, designer and all-round creative. Also a regular lecturer at the UK’s leading universities / Chidera Eggerue AKA The Slumflower, a talented blogger, fashion designer and visual artist / Lola Hoad (above), designer, illustrator and founder of One Girl Band, a collective empowering female entrepreneurs /Amy Caiger, Director of Caiger Contemporary Art gallery and a member of Association of Women Art Dealers / Olga & Kay, a design and photography duo documenting life in London and collaborating with the city’s creatives / Mathieu Ajan, an artist and founder of TEARDUSK, a communications agency geared towards creativity and social change.

Tickets are FREE and space is limited. Grab yours here.

YOUNG GOLD TEETH is an award-winning blog and community celebrating creative lifestyles, run by Emily Beeson. Emily is a writer and creative based in London.



Posted on Oct 29th, 16 by | Twitter: @lisahassell

Founder & director of Inkygoodness, Lisa is a published writer and arts journalist, focusing on creative business, graphic art and illustration and design education. Her words regularly appear in Computer Arts, Creative Bloq, Digital Arts and IdN.

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