Meet the Lecturers
On Campus Events
Tourism Marketing Forum | Cape Town
There’s a new playing field— aggregators like Airbnb and Booking.com who have massive budgets are stunting the success of smaller, independent hospitality establishments.The Red & Yellow Creative School of Business has recognised the challenges that smaller, independent establishments are facing. Their solution: the inaugural Tourism Marketing Forum, which will not only address these challenges and discuss pain-points but actually showcase key insights and practical steps on how to stay ahead in such a competitive landscape.With talks by three industry heavyweights who’ll be sharing their insights and tips, attendees will learn how to stay ahead in a rapidly changing environment and drive business success and sustainability.Complimentary Social Media workshop from 13:30 - 14:30Head on over to Quicket to purchase your tickets to the eventAre you a Red & Yellow alumnus? If so, contact us for exclusive alumni ticket prices
Lunchtime Lectures: Mark Tomlinson | Group Managing Director Hellocomputer
Interested to know more about the man who helped produce beer dispensers that can read minds? You should be! Mark got into digital in 1997 and started his first agency 2 years later. Later he co-founded Hellocomputer, an agency built to be “More Human”. Discover exactly what it means to place people at the centre of your business.
Red & Yellow Open Day | Cape Town
Come visit our awesome campus, get a taste of what’s in-store for 2020, and meet the lecturers who’ll unpack each programme and what makes it special. An experience that is not only informative, but also helps you understand why Red & Yellow is so loved by Alumni, and highly-respected by industry.Who should attend: School-leavers, parents and friends - all welcome!
Where: 97 Durham Avenue, Salt River, Cape Town
Time: 10:00 - 13:00
Lunchtime Lectures: Juliet Harding | Frontwoman of GoodLuck
Electro-swing, what’s not to love? Juliet, a Red & Yellow alumnus (don’t blame us for being smug), has been creating music with her band GoodLuck since 2011. In a world with so much manufactured (and often meaningless) music, GoodLuck’s focus is on “IDM” — Intelligent Dance Music. Their shape-shifting style, upbeat personality and unique perspective make them a breath of fresh air in the local and global music scene. Come enjoy learning from this local heroine!
Where: Red & Yellow School campus, 97 Durham Avenue, 2nd floor, Salt River, Cape Town