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FutureRising talk: Breaking into the industry

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13:34 PM | 14 November 2011
by Adam Oldfield
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The first futurerising event aimed to deliver a complete journey for students looking to break into the advertising and marketing industry.
 

The first FutureRising event aimed to deliver a complete journey for students looking to break into the advertising and marketing industry. We wanted to cover everything from getting the basics right, finding out how to apply for jobs and getting some great speakers to give their insight into what the future holds for student job seekers.

The show kicked off with Donald and Adam sharing their experiences of getting into the industry and showcasing what opportunities were currently out there as well as some great creative examples of graduates getting into the industry.

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