September 24, 2012

If you’re in London for Social Media Week, you should absolutely book an appointment for our Portfolio Review at Chinwag’s Career Day.

Then you can get a one-to-one session with a senior creative and/or an Aquent | Vitamin T agent. What a great way to find out what  kind of pieces they really want to see in a portfolio (as well as what they never want to see again).

All for free.

Just register for the Careers Day first, then check out the Programme Page to register for your own portfolio review time.

Here are the details:

Date: Fri 28 Sept 2012
Time: 10:30 - 12:30 and 2:30 - 4:30
Location: The Vinyl Factory Soho
The Courtyard
16-18 Marshall Street, London W1F 7BE (map)

See below for tube, train, and car directions.

* Please note the above address is Marshall Street access - the only access to the venue, not through the music shop. There is no access via the Poland Street entrance.

So if you’re a creative in London, we hope to see you on Friday!

Even if you can’t attend our awesome portfolio review, there are 13 locations for Social Media week. From Berlin to Barcelona and Seoul to Shanghai, you’re bound to find something to keep your creative mind buzzing!

How to get to the venue:

By Tube: The Oxford Circus tube station (Central, Bakerloo and Victoria lines) is the nearest at less than 250 metres from the venue.

By Train: The closest mainline railway station is Charing Cross, which is approximately 1 km from the venue.

By Car: From the M40/A40, follow general signs to Oxford Circus. If coming from Portland Place, go down Regent Street (A4201) and turn left onto Great Marlborough Street and proceed for 0.2 miles. If coming from Piccadilly Circus, head up Regent Street and turn right onto Great Marlborough Street. Continue straight ahead onto Noel Street and proceed for 0.1 miles. Turn right onto Berwick Street proceed for 0.2 miles. Then turn right onto Broadwick Street and proceed for 0.1 miles. Finally, turn right onto Marshall Street and proceed for 0.1 miles until you see an archway on the right leading through to the rear of the Poland Street Car Park.

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