We have three double passes to give away to Vivid Ideas in Sydney. Tickets to this are selling fast, with some of the shows we have tickets for already sold out!
To win just tell us in 25 words or less:
If you had an unlimited marketing budget, what would you do?
Send your answers here with the subject line, ‘Vivid Ideas Comp’. We have a double pass to give away for each of the events featured below, so get in, be creative and best of luck!
Note: The event is held in Sydney, the competition is for event tickets only – flights and accommodation not included. Winners will be notified by Marketing magazine on Thursday May 23 and tickets will be available at the event.
About the events:
Johnny Cupcakes (Boston), a street wear entrepreneur named by Business Week as America’s #1 Young Entrepreneur, launched a brand from the boot of his car – a brand that now has so many passionate devotees that over 1000 people have Johnny Cupcake logo tattoos.
In an exclusive Australian keynote, Johnny will share the philosophy behind his retail environment, tightly-managed online experience, and the way he uses participation and surprise to thrill his fans and expand his brand. Johnny will then join a panel of Sydney experience engineers who will share their strategies for working with audiences, fans, online and real-world communities to co-create experiences.
Do social networks and technology empower us to shape our world – or are they distractions, disconnecting us from a shared, local experience? Ruby Pseudo (London) has built a network of 1500 young people across the world who contribute to a global youth planning and research consultant, working with clients like Nike, Nokia and The Guardian.
In an exclusive Australian keynote, Ruby will share her perspective on the ideas, channels and movements that unite this truly global generation. Ruby will then join musician and activist Jello Biafra (San Francisco) and artist Karen Therese (Sydney) to discuss how today’s tools and trends compare to the past, and to explore how we use creativity and technology for expression, and to transform our communities.
Is Australia the ‘too lucky’ country? Are we seeing a generation growing up that dodged the real effects of the GFC, have never known war or hardship, and have been raised on positive reinforcement?
The results of a massive new research study into thousands of 18 to 29 year old Australians will be presented as part of Vivid Ideas. Have our youth lost the art of rebellion, dissent, passion and creativity? Or have we found the formula for socially connected, stress-free living?
Sydney will once again be transformed into a spectacular canvas of light, music and ideas when Vivid Sydney takes over the city after dark from 24 May – 10 June 2013. Colouring the city with creativity and inspiration, Vivid Sydney highlights include the hugely popular immersive light installations and projections, performances from local and international musicians at Vivid LIVE at Sydney Opera House, and the Vivid Ideas Exchange featuring public talks and debates from leading global creative thinkers.