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Paul Catmur: is the Adman a Mag Fan?

Published: Wed 1 Oct 2014 01:32 PM
PAUL CATMUR: IS THE ADMAN A MAG FAN?
The Magazine Publishers Association (MPA) is delighted to announce that Paul Catmur of Barnes, Catmur & Friends is speaker at THE MAG SESSIONS on 2 October.
On the afternoon of Thursday 2 October, the creative managing partner of Barnes, Catmur & Friends, Paul Catmur, will stand up in front of the magazine industry and share his trademark views on life, advertising and the ones that got away.
So have mags got him hooked, or does he just throw them back? Catmur is unwilling to say which side of the wharf he fishes, but promises to leave no page unturned during his presentation, which will take place at the swanky offices of Bauer Media on Wellesley St.
The event starts at 5pm and drinks and nibbles will be served throughout. Places are limited so get-in-quick and buy your $15 tickets online at http://tickets.magazineawards.co.nz/products/mag-session-ticket.

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