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Our trip to Bucks Ad School

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18:58 PM | 6 December 2012

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FutureRising gathered an ideal mix of young industry maestros and stormed into New Bucks University on Friday the 30th of November for an afternoon of great talks, speedy briefs and hot shit crit sessions.

FutureRising gathered an ideal mix of young industry maestros and stormed into Bucks New University aka Bucks Ad School on Friday the 30th of November for an afternoon of great talks, speedy briefs and hot shit crit sessions.

Networking is key...

Donald Fogarty (BrandPie) began the day by giving the students some tips on building a network to get into the industry.

The Squared Project...

Ejiro Ogboru (Mindshare) and Nathan Miller (Karmarama) from the Squared Project showed everyone an awesome Prezi on the different areas within the industry and how being a part of squared can seriously help your credibility.

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