Book a [ 15 - 30 MINUTE ] drop in session with [ BRIAN BAGLOW ]
SUPPORTED AREA: Marketing / working from home / Technical Transition ( also happy to discuss the impact of digital / interactive on other areas of the creative industries )
AVAILABILITY: Thursdays [ 12:00 - 05:00 PM ]
Brian is a growth hacker, serial entrepreneur and veteran of the interactive technology sector (that's games to you and me). He's worked with some of the world's largest media companies, run his own agency and helped hundreds of companies to grow and thrive, with a more effective use of marketing, communications and PR. His background in game design and work as a lecturer at Edinburgh Napier university has given him serious insight into 'gamification' and how games techniques, tools and technologies can help businesses evolve within a rapidly evolving online world
MANTRA in light of COVID-19:
"When the going gets tough, the weird turn Pro" - Hunter S Thomson
"You can't wait for inspiration, you have to go after it with a club" - Jack London
"What matters most is how well you walk through the fire" - Charles Bukowski
To book your drop in session please complete the registration form indicating:
- Your topic of discussion
- Preferred time slot within [ Brian's availability ]
- Brian will be in touch with relevant contact details and confirmation of your agreed time slot
> If your preferred time slot for this date is no longer available, Brian will be in touch to find a suitable time within her availability.
[ DISCLOSURE ]
> All supporters of this initiative are generously offering their time in kind to support the local creative community
> All bookings are FREE and subject to change due to the varying unpredictable demands of these uncertain times, however Creative Edinburgh pledge to support you where we can by providing you with alternative support and/or signposting if your session is unexpectedly cancelled or postponed for an extended period.
> All registrants details will be kept confidential and may be used by Creative Edinburgh internally, to survey the impact the COVID-19 is having on the creative industries in Edinburgh / Scotland and further afield.