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Developing a Career in Creative Industries

Event Special Guest Workshop:
Developing a career in creative industries - Is it all about challenging stereotypes and testing bottom lines?
Developing a career in creative industries - Is it all about challenging stereotypes and testing bottom lines?
Date 20 November 2015 (Friday)
Time 2:30 to 4:15pm
Medium Cantonese
Venue Seminar Room 2, 1/F Wu Chung Multimedia Library
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Speaker's Bio
Joanne Chan
Joanne Chan (陳美思)
Senior Producer & Program Host, Metro Radio

Background: MA in Cultural Management (CUHK), BA (Hons) in Language & Communication (Hong Kong Polytechnic University) 文化管理碩士(香港中文大學)、 語文及傳意學榮譽學士(香港理工大學)
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Joanne Chan
Andy Lee
Spin Master

Ethnic Chinese born in London UK. After graduating from London's Central Saint Martins College, with a BA (HON) degree in Product Design, he went to Hong Kong to kick off his design career and later obtained his MDES degree in Design from the Polytechnic University of Hong Kong.
He has art directed many projects in many different fields, such as toys and games, watches, consumer electronics, telecommunication and sporting equipment.
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Workshop Description

Our speakers, Joanne Chan of Metro Radio and Andy Lee of Spin Master, will share with you how their respective academic backgrounds and internships helped them land their very first jobs in the broadcasting and product design industries.  They will also share with us the challenges they face in their early days and tips on how to develop a successful career in the creative industries.

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