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Win your own session at Huddle 2014

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10:45 AM | 23 August 2014
by Jim Compton-hall
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Ever wanted to give a talk at a world class industry event where you can meet and impress countless industry professionals? Well we can offer you one better, a Huddle.

We’ve partnered with leading digital media agency Mindshare to offer you the chance to run an interactive session at Huddle 2014. You’ll also win full access to the rest of the event where you can be involved in some incredible thinking. And all you have to do to win is submit your idea for your session, following the theme “Inspire & Invent”.

This is a unique opportunity to truly get your name up in lights with industry pros and thought leaders from all over. Not to mention it will provide a huge boost to your career just being able to talk about Huddle in interviews and on your CV, not to mention the people you’ll meet there who may want to offer you a job.

Whatever you do, don’t miss out. Find more information and enter the competition here.

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