The Click 2009 conference, created by British industry bible Creative Review, was held in Singapore yesterday.
Hyper Island CEO Mattias Hansson was invited to talk about The Hyper Island Way and sat on the panel for "Changing the curriculum of learning - we don't need no education?" and "Defining the future of digital creativity". Amongst the other participants were leading professionals from Asian homes of Droga5, Ogilvy, Profero, AKQA, DDB, Iris Nation, Mindshare, Idea Factory, as well as British Poke and Unit9, together with many regional Asian professionals eager to learn more about the future of learning in the digital age.
"The energy and level of knowledge is amazing here in Singapore and I have made some really good contacts that Hyper Island will benefit from in the near future", says Mattias.
The interest for the Hyper Island Master Class is high in Singapore the local and regional agencies seek to raise the level of excellence in their workplaces.
"Hyper Island will be back in Singapore. Soon", promises Mattias.
Do not miss out the Click 2009 events in London and New York later this year. Visit www.click2009.net for more information.
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Photo: Inart Lui, interesting.org, Singapore