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Creative Industry Events: March 2024

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​Below are a list of industry wide events, perfect for those working in, or looking to get into the digital, marketing, creative, product and tech industries. These events provide the perfect opportunity to network with industry leaders, explore the latest trends, spark collaborations and enable opportunities.

Each month we will curate our favourites and provide a round up of the latest going's on:

March 2024 Events:


The TypoCircle

The Future isn't Black and White – Thursday 29th February, 19:00-21:00pm – PAID - London

In an increasingly monochromatic world, “The Future isn’t Black and White” is a talk that explores how colour has been a silent but powerful force that has shaped and defined culture throughout the ages.

Colour has always been used to not just signal influence and power but also affect everything from our consumer choices to our personal and cultural identity. The talk argues how today we are approaching a ‘fading vibrancy’ of everything, from consumer goods, to cars and clothing, and the undeniable trend towards muted and dull colour palettes in our everyday lives and how the world around us seems to be losing its colour.

The talk will delve into the profound influence of colour on us personally and how it impacts our creativity, mood and overall quality of life. It will showcase the personal nature of colour through G . F Smith’s own creative marketing over the last 60 years, through to the largest global colour study and search for ‘The World’s Favourite Colour’ by G . F Smith in 2017.


We Are Creative

The Big Creative UK Summit 2024 – Wednesday 6th March - Friday 8th March – PAID - London

As our sector faces great change – from the introduction of Artificial Intelligence (AI), a shifting political landscape, requests for new skills, and the future economy becoming a creative economy – so comes the possibility for our growth.

Join us in March 2024 and hear how Creative leaders, entrepreneurs, and organisations are harnessing technologies to carve out our shared future, utilising the power of creativity to adapt, build resilience, forge innovations and impact society.

Expect unexpected connections, essential debates, business insights and the brightest sparks of creativity. Discover the full agenda here.


Girls in Marketing

Inspiring Creativity: An Evening with Marketing Change-Makers – Wednesday 6th March, 19:00-22:00pm – PAID - London

​We’ll host a panel focused on inspiring creativity and sparking conversations within the marketing industry. It’s no secret that creative slumps are real, but we’re here to show how you can overcome this and get your creative juices flowing!

Plus, we’ll have some fun activities you can get involved with too including a marketers confession box that will be read anonymously on an upcoming episode of The Girls in Marketing Podcast.


Undiscovered Creatives

EmpowerHer – Saturday 9th March, 11:00am-5:00pm – PAID - London

​Join us for an inspiring panel discussion featuring five accomplished women who have shattered barriers in their respective fields. From art and design to literature and beyond, our panelists will share their personal journeys, triumphs, and insights, offering a roadmap for aspiring creatives. Connect with like-minded individuals during our networking session and be part of a vibrant community fostering empowerment, creativity, and inclusivity.


In-House Agency Leaders Club

IHALC Breakfast: Niki Garner, ITV Creative – Tuesday 12th March, 09:00-11:00am – PAID - London

Niki Garner became Director of ITV Creative in October 2022, her first in-house role. We'll be talking to Niki about how she is evolving ITV Creative, the key roles and structures she has introduced, her vision for its future and the major challenges she has faced on the way.

Our Q&A with Niki will be followed by group discussion on:

  • Working with stakeholders to set a vision for your IHA

  • Identifying the processes, behaviours and talent to make it happen

  • Agreeing on what success - and great work - looks like for you

Please note: This IHALC event is for in-house agency leaders only. IHALC reserves the right to restrict attendance to those who meet this criterion.


BelEve x HubDot

Unlocking Potential Across Generations – Thursday 14th March, 18:00-20:30pm – PAID - London

In celebration of International Women’s Day 2024 and its theme #inspireinclusion, we're thrilled to be partnering with BelEve (and Spotify!, our hosts), to bring you an immersive event designed to cultivate authentic connections and to empower and transform futures.

Come and be inspired by stories, told from the heart, from BelEve's ambassadors and beyond. Engage in a way of networking that is fun and uplifting, something you have never experienced before. We will share stories and experiences in an open and non judgemental environment, as we join forces in our collective mission of fostering inclusion, and supporting BelEve's mentorship programs.


Creative Impact Club

Creative Impact Club Welcome – Thursday 21st March, 19:00-21:00pm – FREE - London

Join us to hear more about how CIC membership can support you in working directly with social impact entrepreneurs, community groups and charities to creative impact in your community.

We'll share our model with you, as well as examples of the projects we're working on and what you get as part of CIC membership. Then we'll hear more from you - what drives you, what skills do you want to share with your community, how can CIC members support you in finding your impact. Get to know other potential members and connect with the Club over drinks and food.


Westminster Insights

The Future of the Creative Industries – Thursday 28th March, 09:30-15:45pm – PAID - London

The Government’s recently published Creative Industries Sector Vision sets out plans to grow the creative industries by £50bn and support a million more jobs by 2030. Westminster Insight’s new The Future of the Creative Industries UK Conference will deep-dive into key areas of focus in the sector vision: building creative-clusters; developing a highly skilled; productive and inclusive workforce; and maximising the positive impact of the creative industries. Join us to understand what is needed to meet targets set out in the new 2030 sector vision and strengthen the creative industries across the UK.