Ogilvy & Mather China to host Portfolio Night 10

Beijing_high res.jpgOgilvy & Mather China will once again host  ihaveanidea's annual Portfolio Night event in mainland China. Taking place around the world on May 23, 2012, including Beijing and Shanghai, Portfolio Night 10 marks the third time in four years that Ogilvy will be partnering as the host agency in China.


ihaveanidea's Portfolio Night is the world's largest simultaneous advertising portfolio review, featuring hundreds of top creative directors who will meet with thousands of aspiring young
creative hopefuls globally in one night to offer professional advice, network and recruit. Every candidate who attends will get 45 minutes of undivided attention with 3 top creatives from a number of the world's best agencies.
Shanghai_high res.jpg"Portfolio Night is a unique opportunity for students who want a career in advertising to show their ideas to the best creative people. At Ogilvy, we are committing to offering a handful of internships to candidates that we meet in both Beijing and Shanghai. At my previous agency in London I hired a young man that I met at Portfolio Night six years ago and he recently moved to Shanghai and now we're working together again here. So these are real, potentially life changing opportunities. There is nothing else like it, so beg, borrow or steal a ticket," said O&M China Chief Creative Officer Graham Fink.

Ignacio Oreamuno, President, ihaveanidea, said, "We are thrilled that Graham and the Ogilvy team are bringing Portfolio Night back to China this year. As May 23 will mark the tenth edition of Portfolio Night, we aim to produce the best portfolio review event the world has seen to date, and the Ogilvy China team is just the partner to make this happen in Shanghai and Beijing."

Cost to participate in the Beijing and Shanghai events is RMB 60 (USD 10). All aspiring creatives or juniors with an advertising portfolio must register and pay online at http://portfolionightchina.com/ before the May 20 deadline. Space is limited so act fast. Tickets will be allotted on a first come, first served basis.



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