ICAD AGM takes place June 17th
Tuesday, June 15th, 2010
The Institute of Creative Advertising & Design [ICAD] was established in 1958. It is one of Europe’s oldest Creative Industry organisations – the vastly more famous and hugely resourced UK equivalent D&AD is four years ICAD’s junior. ICAD’s mission is ‘to foster, promote and reward creative excellence in Irish Advertising & Design’ and it does an excellent job!
The ICAD AGM will take place on June 17th in NCAD, 100 Thomas Street at 6pm in room 2.03, Harry Clarke House. ICAD actively encourages the participation of all ICAD members. Members can nominate other members to the board and to the position of President. Members can vote by attending the AGM or alternatively by providing a proxy, to be used by an ICAD member of their choice who is attending the event.
The nomination forms and proxies are available to all members and can be requested from Elaine McDevitt, ICAD Operations Director at firstname.lastname@example.org – nomination and proxy forms must be returned by e-mail before 5pm on Wednesday 16th.
The outgoing board, must be congratulated on the events, publications and professional development training they have organised during the 18 months since their election.
They are: David Joyce, Language (President); Carol Soutar, Publicis QMP (Vice-President);
Chris Gore, Young Euro, RSCG; Dara Ní Bheachain; Alvin Perry, Fresh Design; Eoghan Ryan, Rocket; Iain Slater, Slater (Northern Ireland Representative).
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