You’re (Probably) Not Liam Neeson
Simen Moen, Media Planner at the7stars talks about the advantages of flexibility and having a diverse skillset within the job market.
August Östberg, Creative, AKQA
August Östberg is currently a creative fellow at AKQA’s New York office, after winning the 2014 Future Lions competition with two of his team mates.
How to take feedback as a designer?
Graphic designer, Luke Thompson from Jones Knowles Ritchie, talks about being open to feedback when it comes to working in the creative industry.
Dan Bottiglieri, Head of Marketing, BrainLabs
Dan Bottiglieri, Head of Marketing at BrainLabs, spoke at one of our recent events about his unconventional path into a digital agency.
APG 2015 Student and Young Planner Awards
This brief is open to any student in their final year of university and young planners with less than 2 years work experience. The brief is for McDonald's.
Wallace and Kogan's assessment of creativity
Practising these kinds of tests will help you improve your creative problem solving abilities.
APG Awards: Students & Young Planners
The official awards evening for the shortlisted APG Student & Young planners award.
Leon de Ste Croix, Head of 3D Brand Design, jones knowles ritchie
We caught up with Leon de Ste Croix who heads up 3D Brand Design at notable design agency, jones knowles ritchie.
Alan Chu, Digital Designer, DigitasLBi
Alan Chu is a Digital Designer from renowned creative agency, DigitalLBi. Alan shares his journey from college, university through to landing his all important first job at DigitasLBi.
WWF Missing Emojis
Miami Ad School’s students have come up with a modern and innovative way to raise awareness of endangered species for WWF.
Connecting the dots: how I landed my first job in the creative industry at AKQA
Robert Glad, a recent graduate and now design intern at AKQA Amsterdam reveals how he landed his first job.
We provide companies with direct access to the best talent in the UK, all year round.
We want to bring education and the workplace together, for the benefit of students, professionals and teachers.
Focusing on the creative industries, our events and platform gives students and graduates the best careers advice, learning resources and work opportunities.
As a result of this, companies efficiently meet talent and universities increase the employability of their students.
All our work originates from the following principles:
- To improve the quality of careers advice for all.
- To increase diversity in the workplace.
- To build a self sustaining careers network.
FutureRising was established in 2011, it was setup by Adam Oldfield and Donald Fogarty out of their own frustrations at getting a job. After lots of research, events, testing and focus groups we have grown to fully understand the gap between education and the workplace.
This has put us in a position to provide the tools that everyone needs to create, improve and define their careers. Thanks to investment from senior industry figures and partnerships with companies and universities, we are well on our way to providing a complete service centred around a free accessible platform.
Our current products and services are for the creative industries, expect us to expand on all fronts soon.