Bob Mytton – Mytton Williams
The Clifton Club
Tuesday 12th January 2016. 5:30 to 7:30pm
What Makes Us Creative? The Importance of Side Projects
It can be hard to constantly produce fresh ideas. It can be just as hard starting conversations and winning new business. Bob Mytton embarked on a side project to explore what makes us creative and Jazztypes was born. What started out as a little bit of fun developed into a body of work that has won awards, had two exhibitions, been published, and raised the agency’s profile nationally, but most importantly their side project has created new and exciting work opportunities, including some very big brands.
This will be an inspirational talk to demonstrate the power of creativity when unleashed, and how to open new doors! What is your team capable of building if given the freedom to do something completely different? To tie in with Mytton Williams’ 20th birthday, Bob Mytton will take us through Jazztypes, its impact and how it has changed the agency for good.
Bath-based brand and design agency Mytton Williams are celebrating 20 years in 2016, and are one of the leading agencies in the South West. They are passionate about the power of brand and good design, and their work has been selected to appear in many international publications. Their clients include Bath Spa University, The Environment Agency, The National Trust, Thermae Bath Spa, Waitrose and Wilsons Solicitors – to name just a few.
About the Speaker
Hailing from a background in London design agencies, Bob Mytton holds over 25 years of experience in branding and design, and is passionate about using design to help businesses thrive and grow. Bob is a founder and former chairman of the West of England Design Forum, and has won awards through D&AD, Design Week, Roses and DBA Design Effectiveness. He has experience working with clients such as Clarks, KPMG, Millfield School and Rabobank, and is also a visiting lecturer at several universities across the country.
When and Where
Our venue for the evening is The Clifton Club, Bristol. As always, the evening starts at the bar with networking from 5.30pm. The talk starts at 6.30 and finishes by 7.30pm, allowing for even more networking time afterwards.
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