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Advertising/PR Campaign for Clean Mobility Hackathon

06/11/2018

The faculty of arts and creative industries organised its first ever Dubai Lynx week. This offered students from across the campus the opportunity to learn more about the Dubai Lynx Awards and get a head start on their entries.

The week began with an inspirational talk from Kamille Marchant from the Dubai Lynx where students learned about the four awards that they could enter, and about the volunteering opportunities.Later, workshops for the print, integrated, MBC Youth and MBC hack were held. The week concluded with a special team competition judged by visiting guest, Kyle Weber from sustainable mobility start-up Avera. Students were taught by Nathalie Kachouh, a former account director at the Classic Partnership, Carine Duvignaud the ex-general manager of the Middle East PR Association, and Stephen King from the university's full-time faculty.

Kamille Marchant: Event Manager
Kyle Weber:  Employee at Avera
Nathalie Kachouh:  Former Account Director at the Classic Partnership Carine  Duvign: Ex-general manager of the Middle East PR Association

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