Extra day added to Edinburgh Festival Show

22/Aug/2010

An extra day has been added to the ‘One Man Pecha Kucha’ show by creativity expert Andy Green at the first Edinburgh International Marketing Festival, where he brings his talk to different workplaces in the Scottish capital.

Andy is now fully booked for his original schedule of Wednesday August 25th and is now accepting bookings for Tuesday August 24th for him to come into to present his show and also offer his Creativity Doctor services to work on any live creative problems.

 

Already workplaces as diverse as digital agency Blonde, public relations consultancy Pagoda PR, Government office and the NHS are playing host to Andy’s inspiring, insightful and entertaining presentations.

 

Andy will be condensing the knowledge from his five books, 30 years experience, 20 award wins, and an ear an eye for the funny, unusual and inspirational in the one man presentation.

Pecha Kucha - which is Japanese for ‘chit chat’ consists of a series of presentations using 20 Powerpoint slides, each showing for just 20 seconds. It normally features seven different speakers.

 

Topics covered in his seven minute presentations include ‘’Beautiful Barry Island’, ‘All there is to know about creativity’, ‘Overcoming stupidity in the world around you’, ‘How to turn your football team getting relegated into a promotion opportunity’, ‘How to love the new tramway system in Edinburgh and other memes’ and ‘Bobby Moore – my hero’.

 

Andy Green is an author and expert on creativity and brand communications and lectures around the world. His work has been translated into eight languages.

 

He is the founder of the Flexible Thinking Forum, a not-for-profit enterprise promoting flexible and creative thinking skills in business and the community and is a partner with GREEN communications and an associate director with Cardiff-based communications firm Working Word. Further details on Andy can be found at www.andygreencreativity.com

 

The Edinburgh International Marketing Festival is a newcomer to the City’s world famous festival calendar. It is a first of its kind globally; a celebration of the marketing industry, its creativity and commercial value. It features high profile speakers from leading agencies and brands, debates on hot marketing topics and exhibitions of work by award-winning creatives, to attract anyone with an interest in the skills and commercial impact of marketing.

 

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