Raleigh, NC (October 14, 2013)- The American Advertising Federation (AAF) Raleigh-Durham Chapter is launching a new master class series with a topic familiar to all ad people, Suits vs. Creatives: Battleground to Higher Ground. This engaging talk will be given by HOW Design Live Conference Speaker Cami Travis-Groves on October 24th in at 6:30 at the Doubletree by Hilton in Raleigh-Cary.
No matter what side you are on, whether you are an art director or an account exec, you have experienced the tension between suits and creatives. Designer Cami Travis-Groves will be tackling this age old conflict and providing attendees with strategies specific to these trying situations. She will share her step-by-step fail-proof process to diffuse tantrums and move forward with solutions both suits and creatives can live with.
"I'm very excited about the Suits vs. Creatives program, it not only addresses common issues in our industry, but also helps our members to overcome these draining challenges." Ben Schwabauer, AAF-RDU Co-President.
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Battleground to Higher Ground is the first in a series of Master Classes offered by AAF-RDU. The next class, Handmade Packaging: The Importance of Incorporating Artisanal Elements in Your Design Work will be taught by Andy Kurtts, Design Manager with The Fresh Market and HOW Dieline Package Design Conference Speaker in November.
To purchase tickets for the AAF-RDU Master Class, Suits vs. Creatives: Battleground to Higher Ground, visit http://www.aaf-rdu.org/events/
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The AAF Raleigh-Durham Chapter, part of the national AAF organization, is a not-for-profit association that strives to connect the local advertising industry. It follows the by-laws set forth by the American Advertising Federation, which is the oldest national advertising trade association. It is one of several clubs in the Third District that participates at the national level of the AAF. Monthly events and programs and any other information can be found on their website www.aaf-rdu.org