Goodby, Silverstein & Partners' Gareth Kay and Havas' David Jones confirmed to speak at Circus

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Kay and Jones.jpgAdding to its colourful line-up of heavyweights from The Coca-Cola Company and Facebook, The Communications Council has confirmed Goodby Silverstein & Partner's chief strategy officer and associate partner Gareth Kay (left) and Global CEO of Havas, David Jones (right) will speak at 2013 Circus Festival of Commercial Creativity. 

After last year's success, the Circus Festival of Commercial Creativity returns for the third time in 2013 from March 19-21 in Sydney. Sustainability in business, marketing the Facebook brand and 'content 2020' will be featured topics. Click here for more details on last year's line-up and for highlights of last year's speakers. You can follow them on Twitter @CircusFest2013 or on Facebook.
The ultimate circuit breaker event, 'Circus' is a world class learning experience offering people the opportunity to rethink, reset and reinvigorate your professional aspirations. 
Says Margaret Zabel, CEO of The Communications Council and organiser of the event: "Creativity and originality are worth standing up for. So reserve March 19-21 for an opportunity to attend Circus and understand what ideas are shaping the industry and your business for the future."
The Circus Festival runs over three days. Day one showcases international keynote speakers which explore the latest developments in the world of commercial creativity. Day two sees the running of the Battle of Big Thinking, a day of short presentations by a diverse group of leaders presenting their big ideas, exploring the wider societal context in which creativity operates. Day three includes a Master Class segment, which will provide attendees the opportunity to get to the heart of the most innovative thinking in creative communications in a way that is relevant to their day to day work.
The event concludes with the prestigious AWARD awards, the annual Australasian creative awards celebration.

Tickets will be on sale in January.

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