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Beans&Beers

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10:00 AM | 23 July 2014
by Jon Vella
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The students on Falmouth University's advertising course have created their own agency. Jon Vella introduces us to Beans&Beers.

Starting out in the advertising industry is hard. No matter how many interviews you read on the subject of how people got to where they are today, there is still no solid answer. The only connection they all have is about being different and being noticed.

Falmouth University’s advertising course has created a way to make their presence heard all the way from Cornwall, by creating their own agency. Beans&Beers (the agency name comes from students' two biggest loves), is now making waves with its new way of thinking about being noticed. Not only has it created a platform for students to showcase their work for upcoming exhibitions like New Blood and Cream, it has also become an integral piece of the course structure.

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