Thank you for your contribution to our BBC Creative Summit Your input really helped set the tone and gave things a very ‘can-do’ vibe, as well as generating some very entertaining content. Everyone really loved your presentation and sessions.In our brave new creative world we feel that anything is possible… So I would love to talk about working with OMB on future events!
The OMB stand is always well received with lots of people getting involved and we love seeing the content coming through on social media.
It’s always a pleasure to have Nick take on the PechaKucha challenge in Manchester. He always provides a candid insight into his current work and is never afraid to encourage the audience to test their creative skills by setting a live One Minute Brief!
Nick has been a contributor to our ad guest lecture series for a few years and I cannot recommend him highly enough. Thanks to him, our students have got to grips with their creativity through OneMinuteBriefs and they have benefited greatly from his words of wisdom about working in the ever changing advertising sector.
Nick spoke at one of our digital communication masterclasses for NHS staff and delivered a brilliant session that was loved by all who attended.Combining his outstanding creative ability with excellent story telling, he inspired the room with engaging insights from both his personal and professional life.The techniques he shared we also really relevant and instantly applicable, with the One Minute Brief concept in particular going doing very well.Nick left our audience with the motivation to solve their communication problems more innovatively and effectively, and I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend him to anyone.
Thank you for coming down and putting on the workshops. It was great to have you around for the afternoon as well to help steer the groups and help with their idea generation. The comments from the team and attendees were all overwhelmingly positive. Your session was really inspiring and involving, it’s always great to get the team talking and discussing ideas more freely.
Nick was invited along to our hugely popular Manchester Small Business Network to deliver a talk around Health and Wellbeing whilst running a business. We identified that many start up business owners believe they do not have a good work life balance, putting their own wellbeing on the back burner and spending 10 hours + a day on keeping everything afloat. Nick put into context just how important it is to take care of yourself first, in order for your business to be able to take care of itself – after all, your business is dependent on you being healthy, efficient, energetic and productive and this isn’t possible when you reach burn out point. Nick took people along on his own journey into business, sharing his successes and challenges with the audience with some practical hints and tips, leaving the audience feeling inspired, motivated and most of all with a sense of self appreciation and a greater value for their own mental and physical health. We have continually had great feedback from the businesses around this event and some long standing connections have been made between all parties since. Incredible atmosphere, some great advice and we look forward to following the journey of Bank of Creativity and One Minute Briefs.
Nick’s talk inspired us to really up our game when sourcing speakers for Glug. He really engaged the audience, evoked emotion and shared a lot of valuable insight. His session at Glug still gets brought up in conversations today which says a lot!