A number of workshops, alongside with keynotes, panels and, of course, parties, were organized during the seventh Weekend Media Festival that gathered more than 4000 visitors from 12 countries. Workshops enabled participants to learn various practical things they need in their everyday work and to return home from Weekend with concrete skills and knowledge. One of those workshops was We Need a New Website. What Now?, held by Marko Lokas and Zoran Šteković of the Croatian web agency Broj 42.
Netocratic recently introduced you to Hacker, Maker, Teacher, Thief: Advertising’s Next Generation, a book by CreativeSocial, a group of some of the most (inter)active creative directors & business owners. The privilege of showing off and selling the first copies of Creative Social’s book has been given to Lulu.com – a community for creators of remarkable work..
What does the industry need to do today (not tomorrow) to stay valuable and relevant? What the f**k do clients know about great advertising? How can copying make you more original? How do we 'do' innovation? How do you find emotional resonance in real time marketing? What’s the best way to punch procrastination in the face? And why are we so excited by the next generation of advertising? These questions are smoothly answered in the book of the year to be Hacker, Maker, Teacher, Thief: Advertising’s Next generation, with Scott Morrison as one of the marketing and advertising professionals in the book.
Anja Hula begun her career at Infobip as an intern. Year over year she showed great progress as an engineer and a leader. Today she is responsible for the collegues and products of whole Data Department. We believe that Anja's story will inspire all who are already building a career in IT or just starting out...
Hajdi Ćenan, member of the executive board and the president of the newly founded CRO STARTUP association, talks about how they will help startups to start, develop, fundraise, get first customers, educate themselves, and network.