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LCC, we're coming to you - don't miss out

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15:53 PM | 18 May 2013
by Jim Compton-hall
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We're looking forward to meeting all the lovely folk over at LCC next week (Friday 24th May, 5:30pm). But for now, here's a run down of our speakers to whet your appetite.

We're looking forward to meeting all the lovely folk over at LCC next week (Friday 24th May, 5:30pm). But for now, here's a run down of our speakers to whet your appetite.

Paul Tullo

The founder and creative partner of TMW joins us again. Paul is absolutely bursting with practical advice that will help you land that dream job of yours.

David Adamson

Freelance strategist David Adamson will be taking us on the journey of one of the best decisions of his life: to go to Miami Ad School. Or as he calls it, The Hogwarts of Advertising.

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