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Wednesday, 2nd September 2020

Friday, 4th September 2020

Online via Zoom
United Kingdom
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DMA Talent's Leeds acdemy is going online this year, introducing 30 aspiring marketers to the data and marketing industry.

The Creative Data Academy, run with the support of the DM Trust, shows aspiring marketers how data, insight and information are harnessed by people in the creative industries to craft beautiful, memorable experiences.

Applications for London's academy have now closed and 30 aspiring data-driven markers have been selected to attend. The three-day programme, built for aspiring marketers with interests in data and insight, will take place virtually via Zoom, as we continue to adhere to social distancing guidelines.

The Creative Data Academy is open to anybody, all we ask is that applicants have a real interest in data and are 18 or over by the first day of their selected academy. It doesn’t matter what they’re studying or what year theu’re in. Past academy delegates have studied a wide range of subjects from Marketing and Business to English, Psychology, Physics, Maths, Computer Science and Biochemistry.


At the Academy, delegates will:

  • Work on a marketing brief for a famous brand using data and analytics – and pitch their response to the client on the last day.
  • Get inside the real-world of creative data with talks and Q&As with established industry data and creative thinking practitioners.
  • Virtually visit a marketing agency to explore how brands use data to develop their business strategies - and discover what agency life is like..


If you're looking to recruit talent or raise your profile amongst aspiring marketers, the Creative Data Academy provides the perfect platform. We've got plenty of partnership opportunities available, find out more here.

If you have any questions, email the DMA Talent Team by clicking here.


For all enquiries regarding this event, including sponsorship opportunities, please contact James Dredge.

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