Academy Class Brings Design to London with Designers Fiesta 2
Academy Class director Mark Young talks about what sets the Designers Fiesta apart from other events in the London Design Festival. He says: “The Designers Fiesta is a unique event as, unlike other events and seminars, this event is just pure content. People will be able to follow along with the instructors if they bring their own laptop, but also, we’ll be recording the event so delegates can later replay what they’d seen and try it out for themselves.”
Attendees are encouraged to engage with the speakers during these fun, fast-paced sessions, which will range from popular topics on the Adobe Creative Suite to making yourself a better online marketer using social media. Speakers will include industry experts such as David Smith, Martin Perhiniak, and Internet entrepreneur Suraj Sodha.
After the event, attendees and speakers will have the chance to mingle over drinks. Delegates can extend their professional network with old faces from Academy Class, as well as newbies interested in design.
The Designers Fiesta 2 will open registration at 9:15 AM, and will begin with its first three sessions at 10 AM. To learn about the speakers and sessions, visit http://designersfiesta.com. Tickets are sold at affordable rates and may be bought online at http://designersfiesta2011.eventbrite.com.
Academy Class is a new media training company in the UK for creative and developers. Founded and directed by both Mark Young and Iain Macaskill, Academy Class offers training courses authorised by Adobe, Apple, Autodesk, Quark, and the Institute of IT Training, with facilities in London, Manchester, Glasgow, Newcastle, Cardiff, and Birmingham. Visit http://academyclass.com for information on training courses and registration.
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