Other APG Events
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28 July 2021
Kevin Chesters & Mick Mahoney believe you can be whoever or whatever you want to be in this life - but you are being held back by a conspiracy. A combination of biology (simple human traits) and sociology (societal conventions) is stopping us all from being the person we know we could be. This book is designed to overcome our natural programming and the straight jacket of society, so we can release our inner creative potential. It’s not hard. It just takes a few small nudges.
How to stay positive in a world going to sh*t
9 October 2019
Flamingo's panel explored a number of ways in which the world is creating movements and frameworks for positive change.
The Power of Emotion
4 June 2019
We got together with ITV to celebrate some of the most persuasive thinking outlined in the APG's 'Eat Your Greens' compendium of fact-based marketing thinking.
Resilience & Mental Wellbeing
27 February 2019
Cat Wiles, Richard Martin and Paul Phillips talked to us about their experiences and gave some useful tips and advice for dealing with Mental Health in the workplace.
APG Awards 2017 Judges Tell All
11 April 2018
The panel discussed the characteristics of transformational thinking, the themes that emerged from last year’s winners, and the techniques any brand could use to move beyond the conventions of its competition.
13 June 2017
A morning for planners and strategists who tested their skills in using raw data and trends to develop fast and interesting strategic approaches.
Great, profitable, growth-generating brands: What's love got to do with it?
16 June 2015
The evening was chaired by James Parsons and featured Jane Lingham and Kirsty Fuller speaking on behalf of 'love' and Laurence Green and Mark Murray on behalf of Byron Sharp's principle that brand growth is driven by penetration.
Planning in Broadcasting
15 November 2012
In broadcasting, the barriers and opportunities thrown up by new technology are just as acute as in the rest of the commercial communication worlds.
The Art of Persuasion
4 May 2010
Dave Trott's approach to advertising combines everything from the tough New York “punch-on-the-nose” approach, to philosophy and lateral thinking.
12 May 2021
Huge changes to the way we work and think during the last year have up-ended some of our assumptions about understanding people and inspiring creativity. Lucy Banister and Alaina Crystal share new ideas and habits for the rest of the year and beyond.
Ted 2019 in 60 mins with Kev Chesters
6 August 2019
Kevin Chesters, CSO at Ogilvy has crunched TED2019 and come up with a blinder of presentation with highlights and themes from this year’s brain box festival.
How do you make people healthier?
7 May 2019
People often ask where a career in planning can take them, so we thought we would try and answer that question, by getting together a huddle of brilliant agency planners who have spread their wings into new areas.
Gen Z: Redefining Authority
19 September 2018
Strategic insight agency Flamingo launched its latest piece of proprietary research: on Generation Z and their expanding notions of authority.
How to Turn Uncertainty into Advantage
1 November 2017
Speakers: Andy Davidson, Laura Roberts, Desirée Lopez and Guido Orgs
Ted 2017 in 60 Minutes
19 July 2017
Kevin Chesters, CSO at Ogilvy has crunched TED2017 and come up with a blinder of presentation with highlights and themes from this year’s brain box festival.
APG & The Guardian on Cannes 2016
20 July 2016
We teamed up with The Guardian to do an iconoclastic review of Cannes 2016, probing the winners and the ones that maybe should have won...
Provocation & Brand Reinvention
28 January 2016
A session exploring different 'flavours' of strategy and the diverse ways that planners and strategists can forge a career.
Get your hands dirty with Google tools
23 October 2014
Familiarise yourself with the latest suite of tools that provide access to the vast amounts of data held by Google.
Head, Heart or Herd
6 October 2010
Science and consumer thinking evolve. New models emerge explaining how and why consumers do what they do, and new techniques arise to understand them.
Pro Social Media Event
14 April 2010
John Grant discussed how by harnessing new technology and social media consumers can take an active part in shaping brands, culture and society
'TEN Years of TED' with Kevin Chesters
20 January 2021
Kevin Chesters, Strategy Partner at Harbour London put together a unique, personalised and exclusive presentation of the Very Best of TED 2009-2019.
How better sleep makes you more resilient
15 April 2019
We asked Phoebe Smith & Prof Hugh Selsick to talk about the reasons why sleeplessness can become a problem, how it relates to your overall mental health, and give practical tips for getting a better sleep regime.
Ted 2018 in 60 Minutes
24 July 2018
Kevin Chesters, CSO at Ogilvy has crunched TED2018 and come up with a blinder of presentation with highlights and themes from this year’s brain box festival.
Is too much data bad for our health?
20 September 2017