The Big Book Crit came to Norwich for the first time yesterday giving our students a unique opportunity to show their portfolios to leading creative industry professionals on the hunt for fresh talent.
Launched by The Direct Marketing Association (DMA) and the Institute of Direct and Digital Marketing (IDM) who have partnered with the Graeme Robertson Trust, Big Book Crit events are also taking place in London and Bristol. NUA students were invited to share their portfolios with creative directors and other senior creatives from regional and London agencies and gain advice on how to optimise and present their work effectively, and break into the creative sector.
Sarah Steed, Business Director at Norwich University of the Arts, said, “We’re delighted that we could offer NUA students such a unique chance to get in front of leading creative industry experts and gain tangible advice on how to break into this competitive sector. It was obviously also a great opportunity for agencies to spot up and coming creative talent from across our courses.”
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