Wednesday, May 02, 2007


Ted Horton, of Dewey & Horton, Melbourne, is one of Australia's advertising legends. The "short order cook, done well" has, in a parallel life, created every Liberal Party Federal Election campaign since 1998 and been responsible for David Jones’ television advertising for the past 8 years. Not to mention Dine, Cointreau and 'Only Wool can do it'.
After some intense negotiation, Horton has agreed to visit Perth for 24 hours and dispense some of his wisdom.
Is process killing creativity? Who is responsible? Are clients getting the best from their creative people? How do you talk to "Aussies"?
Join one of Australia's most prolific and talented advertising thinkers as he poses some key questions in a provocative and entertaining luncheon session which mustn't be missed.

When: Friday 11 May, 2007
Where: The Duxton Perth Hotel
Time: 12:00 pm for a 12:15 pm start

Cost: $78:50 (inc. GST) members
$98:50 (inc. GST) non-members
$50:00 (inc GST) for student members

RSVP: NOT later than 5:00 pm on Tuesday, May 9 to

Tax invoices will be issued on receipt of booking.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Don't hold the Liberal Party against him. Ted is a witty, insightful and thought provoking speaker.

6:08 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'll bet he wishes he'd come up with the Tooheys HarvesTED campaign.

Then he could not only have copywritten it, he could have copyrighted it.

9:13 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

9.13 pm... Don't drink and blog.

6:52 PM  

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