Join us in person on March 1 for the UK’s leading conference dedicated to Creative Operations as we explore “The Power of Change”. With the creative landscape evolving rapidly, we find ourselves at a crucial moment, considering the transforming role and immense potential of the Creative Operations ecosystem. 

“The Power of Change” is not only a reflection of the rapid evolution in the industry but also a call to action to proactively lead and thrive amidst these shifts.

Creative Operations London 2024 invites you to network with peers and join industry experts who will delve into how embracing change can elevate the effectiveness, efficiency and creativity of your operations. Sessions will explore strategies, case studies, and innovative approaches that will empower you to navigate and leverage change as a force for positive transformation.

Topics will include:

  • Embracing innovation and technology
  • Advancing with AI
  • Moving the dial to deliver in a sustainable way
  • Shaping an inclusion-first creative process
  • Building an effective strategic creative partnership
  • Attracting, and retaining, tomorrow’s talent across the in-house team
  • Communication and collaboration in practice

Who should attend?
Directors, Heads and Managers of Creative Operations, Creative Services, Creative Production, Creative Resources, Studio Operations, Marketing Operations; Creative Directors; Project Managers; Design Managers; Traffic Managers; Video Managers; Consultants and Solution Providers for workflow, project management, proofing, review and approval 


Who Will You Meet At Creative Operations London 2024

You'll have the opportunity to network with attendees from...

Amazon, AutoTrader, BBC Creative, Belfius Banque SA, BT, Cambridge University Press, Campbell Lutyens, Cancer Research, Christian Louboutin, ClearScore, Co-op, Dr.Martens, Dunelm, Elvie, Envision Pharma Group, EPAM Continuum, EY, Flagstone, Freedman International, GetYourGuide, Girl&Bear, Google, Gravity Road, Gymshark, H&M, Houlihan Lokey, House of Commons, IKEA, Innocent Drinks, John Lewis, Just Eat Takeaway, Kellogg's, Knight Frank, Laced, LEGO, Lloyds Banking Group, M&G plc, Megger group, Meta, Molton Brown, Monzo, MullenLowe, N26 - The Mobile Bank, National Highways, National Trust, NatWest, Nestle, Ocado Retail, Oliver, Papier, PepsiCo, Pernod Ricard, Pinterest, PiparTBWA, Primark, Prime Video, Publicis Groupe, PUMA, PVH, Reckitt, RWS, Sainsbury's, SAP, Schneider Electric, SEGA, SkyShowtime, Specsavers, Syneos Health, Tag, Tesco, THALES, The Bodleian Libraries, The Very Group, Three UK, TJX, Tommy Hilfiger, TomTom, University of Limerick, VCCP, Vinted, Virgin Media O2, Warner Bros Discovery, Wimbledon, Wise, Wolters Kluwer, Xero, Zapier, Zendesk and many more.

What others say

HS Creative Operations events provide me with the opportunity to sit in a room with like-minded people who understand each other’s daily challenges, sharing experiences and insights for the greater good of all Creative Operations.

Anna Waldeck-Evans
Creative Production and Operations Consultant

HS Creative Operations events provide a fantastic insight into the marketplace and the direction creative ops are going, would recommend and will be back next year.

Phillip Tasker
Imprint Group

I left the event feeling inspired and motivated, with a ton of practical takeaways that I could immediately apply to my own work. I would highly recommend this event to anyone in the creative industry looking to learn more about Creative Operations and improve their workflows.

Jody Latham
National Highways