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Inspiration: Walk Through Walls Series | England

The Royal Opera House, 4 July, 6:30pm to 10pm

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Join us for the first in our new series of invitation-only dinners that celebrate the very best in creative entrepreneurship in the UK today.

With special guests to be announced, at these exclusive behind-closed-doors evenings, we will hear from some of today's most successful and diverse creative entrepreneurs from the dynamic realms of film, arts, music, entertainment, restaurants, and beyond.

We will hear their journeys and discover the secrets behind their remarkable success – how they have ‘walked through walls' to deliver their vision and business growth with relentless innovation.

The very essence of The Marketing Society is the opportunity to make connections and have meaningful conversations, and we know it helps to be inspired by others and to be part of a community. That’s why we created this exclusive dinner series; an opportunity to relax with smart-minded peers over supper and use our collective experiences to do good and make positive change.

What should you expect?

Come and step into the heart of this engaging conversation with these creative entrepreneurs and your smart-minded peers at the ROH’s beautiful terrace restaurant overlooking London, and leave full of useful insights and learnings to take back to your business.

“Just wanted to thank you for the invite and for a great event. This was my first dinner with The Marketing Society, and I was a little apprehensive not knowing what to expect. The format and venue were both excellent, the conversation was engaging and well-structured and the opportunity to discuss such topical subjects with other likeminded marketing leaders was fantastic.”

THE DETAILS

Date: 4 July 2024  

Time: 6.30pm - 10.00pm

Location: The Royal Opera House, Bow St, London WC2E 9DD

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Speakers

Harry Bird

Founder, Director and Executive Producer, Comix Limited

Venue

The Royal Opera House