Sara Bertie, Marketing Manager at temporary structure designers ES Global is presenting the second lecture in the Event Design Open Lecture Series at 5pm on Monday 1st October at the University of Westminster’s Marylebone Campus. Her lecture – part of the free lecture series aimed at educating industry professionals in all things related the experience design and technology. The lecture entitled ‘The Client Brief and the Creative Response’ will look at how the design of an experience needs to be framed within the constraints of client objectives and a defined budget. The lecture introduces the way in which the designer interprets a brief and responds with a design proposal.

ES Global provides innovative and creative solutions for music, sporting, corporate and hospitality events. ES Global specialises in the delivery of dynamic stages, temporary structures, event overlay and project management. Headquartered in London, ES Global is international with offices in Dubai, Jakarta, Lima and the USA. They have worked on mega-event projects, globally including the London Olympics in 2012 and the Asian Games in 2018.

The School of Architecture and Cities is hosting the Event Design – Open Lecture Series on most Monday evenings at their central London Marylebone campus during the autumn term. Register for free on Eventbrite for any of the sessions: search Event Design Open Lecture series. The initiative is being supported by the International Live Events Association’s UK Chapter and the Event Marketing Association.

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