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WSET Careers series: So you want to be a wine label designer

Tuesday 20 February 2018, 06:30pm - 08:30pm

WSET Careers series: So you want to be a wine label designer
WSET School London are pleased to present a series of careers-focused evening events. These represent a great opportunity to better understand different roles in the wines and spirits industry, and what key skills you will need to succeed.

For our "So you want to be a wine label designer" event our speakers include world leading design and branding experts:
Caroline Forte, Associate Creative Director – Denomination
Denomination were awarded Harpers Wine & Spirit Design Agency of the Year 2016 & 2017
Alex Ririe DipWSET, Managing Partner - Coley Porter Bell
Alex is also on the WSET International Alumni Advisory Board

The evening will consist of:

Two presentations from our award winning design experts
Informative panel discussion including:
- how to become a design and branding expert
- the role of a designer/design agency
- key responsibilities
- challenges and opportunities the role represents
Question and answer session
Tasting of wines to complement the evening

Cost: £10 per ticket

To purchase tickets go to to the WSET School London website:

https://www.wsetglobal.com/wset-school-london/school-calendar/misc-2017-18/care1801-winelabel/

Location 

39-45 Bermondsey Street, London.

Post code

SE1 3XF

Contact

Student Services, WSET School London

Organiser's email

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Company name

WSET

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