Portland Creative Conference Features Regional Creative Industries Leaders

July 29, 2011 at 7:44 am Leave a comment

The Portland Creative Conference returns on Saturday September 17th featuring a mix of keynote presenters from various creative industries professions.  Oregon Creative Industries is helping to produce the event and you can save 20% off the early bird price by registering now with Discount Code “OCI, resulting in just a $64 registration fee.

Many of the presenters have a link to the region, demonstrating our creative industries strength. Headliners include Avatar’s Special Effects Genius, Producers of NBC’s Grimm, Coca-Cola’s Global Creative Director and Nike’s go-to architect.  Read about all of the presenters here.

What is the Portland Creative Conference?

  • It is an interdisciplinary exploration of the creative process across creative industries professions.  The conference features keynote presentations from leading creative thinkers who reveal their work and let us in on their secrets, influences and inspirations.
  • It is an opportunity for attendees to network together as they get inside the head of visionaries who are generating original and effective ideas for fun & profit and to be inspired in entirely new ways, viewing their own world with a fresh perspective as a result.

To see a complete list of speakers and register to attend at a 20% discount, click here.


Entry filed under: Events, Portland Creative Conference.

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