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Wednesday, April 27 • 10:00am - 10:45am
SMALL BUDGET, BIG RESULTS: How Creativity can Drive your Business Forward

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Today, you don't need millions or even hundreds of thousands of dollars to build and grow your business. All you need are smarts, creativity and a willingness to experiment. In this talk, Deacon Webster, chief creative officer at Walrus, a NY-based independent advertising agency, will use real-life examples to illustrate how businesses of any size can drive meaningful results simply by focusing creatively on media channels they're probably already using. You’ll see some fun and decidedly quirky ads, and get inspiration for marketing your brand. Named Advertising Age's "Northeast Small Agency of the Year”, Walrus has done work for national brands including General Mills, Emergen-C, AMC, Amazon, Bloomberg, Remy Cointreau, Conde Nast, XOJET and HBO, among others. Known for combining intelligence with humor and always respecting its audience, Deacon’s creative work has been recognized by the advertising industry’s top award shows including the One Show, D&AD, Cannes, The Art Directors Club, Communication Arts, the Clios and the Effies.

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Deacon Webster

Owner, Chief Creative Officer, Walrus
Deacon co-founded Walrus in 2005 with his wife, Frances. Prior to Walrus, he was the Chief Creative Officer of Mad Dogs & Englishmen, the same agency at which he began his career as a junior copywriter in 1995 and moved up the ranks to oversee creative at the San Francisco office, and then New York. He is extremely pale. His work is known for combining intelligence with humor and always respecting its audience, and has appeared in the One Show... Read More →


Wednesday April 27, 2016 10:00am - 10:45am
Grand II at The Gaillard Center 95 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC 29401

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