Enter by 3/30 to Save
by Gina Angie on 03/22/2012 | 1 Minute Read
Don’t miss experts & innovators discussing challenges, opportunities, creativity and trends in package design.
Enter before March 30th to combine this exclusive discount code with the Early Bird rate and you’ll save a total of $170!
Discount Code: DHCM12
*Valid for full individual Conference registration only. Code cannot be applied to The BIG Ticket registration or used in combination with any other offers, including student and group rates.
Get An Unbiased Critique of Your Work
Feedback on your work is critical. Unfortunately, the feedback you get from colleagues and clients—though important—may not always be unbiased. That’s why HOW and The Creative Group will host the Portfolio Review on June 24th from 6:00 – 7:30PM.
Sign up to showcase your package design work and you’ll get valuable feedback from attendees and speakers alike. Who knows, you might even meet a collaborator or future boss!
To sign up to showcase your portfolio, just check the box when you register for The Dieline Package Design Conference. But hurry – you must register by March 30th to take advantage of this unique opportunity.
If you want to explore the portfolios and offer your two cents, there’s no need to sign up.
If you're going to be in Boston before The Dieline Package Design Conference officially kicks off Friday, June 22, be sure to check out the Morning Studio Tours and Workshops.
On the Studio Tour, you'll explore five local design studios—which means you get to go inside, see how they work, how they organize their space, and how they use creative décor to keep inspiration levels high. Get the full scoop on Studio Tours here.
The Morning Workshops give you a chance to dive deep into some of your favorite topics, from logos to brainstorming, problem solving to business development. Each workshop lasts three hours, and many give you the chance to get hands-on, practicing your new skills in a small group format. Check out the Workshop lineup here. Both Studio Tours and Workshops require an additional fee, but are worth every single penny.