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Creative and marketing professionals to present at CEO Meeting

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9/11/2017

Hearing from influencers beyond the disability sector can inspire new ways of seeing things. That’s why NDS has invited a leading consumer psychologist and a pioneer in inclusive short films to speak at our upcoming CEO Meeting.

Adam Ferrier is a brand strategist and founder of creative agency Thinkerbell. Launched earlier this year, the agency is described as “the coming together of scientific enquiry and brilliant creativity” and has helped many well-known Australian brands “find their inner magic.” Don’t miss this opportunity to hear Adam talk about what motivates consumer choice and how to make your organisation stand out in the new disability market.

Another creative on the speakers list is Genevieve Clay-Smith, Co-Founder and CEO of Bus Stop Films, a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to creating a more inclusive film industry. Among its many activities, Bus Stop holds filmmaking workshops for students with mild to moderate intellectual disability to engage them in both the practical and creative aspects of film studies. The organisation was born in 2009 after Genevieve’s inclusive short film, Be My Brother, was named the winner at Tropfest film festival. In 2015 Genevieve was named NSW Young Australian of the year.

Don’t miss Adam and Genevieve’s presentations – Register for the CEO Meeting today.

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Alyssa Mason, Events Assistant, 02 9256 3133,