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Let's Make Copy Great Again - Copywriting Masterclass Monday 15 January 2018

Copywriting Masterclass

Let's Make Copy Great Again - Copywriting Masterclass with Phil Woodford

Time: 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Monday 15 January 2018
Cost : £35 + booking fee

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Time: 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Monday 15 January 2018

This two-hour masterclass is part of the Museum of Brands’ professional development programme: a series of talks, workshops and masterclasses in 2017. With a focus on brand, marketing and advertising, these sessions enable attendees to delve deeply into various aspects of these broad subjects.



In the earlier days of advertising celebrated at the Museum, words had a magical allure. Copywriters were expected to write compelling stories in simple press ads, which took both stamina and craft skill. Today, some would argue we live today in a world of visual overload. Pictures and videos are the lifeblood of social media and dominate our smartphones. So is there a danger the importance of great copy gets overlooked?

In this practical workshop, you will:

Discover the ways in which copywriting has changed and developed

Learn how the role of the copywriter has been transformed over time

Work in small groups to create your own copy for a campaign


Introducing Phil Woodford, Director of Here Comes The Cavalry Ltd

Phil pursued a career in advertising and communications after graduating from the London School of Economics and currently provides creative and training services through his company Here Comes The Cavalry. He is a Course Director at the Chartered Institute of Marketing, specialising in copywriting and marketing communications, and has delivered workshops for a number of high-profile brands, as well as government agencies and charities. 

Phil lectures in British Advertising at Sup de Pub – the advertising and marketing faculty of the French business school Groupe INSEEC – and is also an associate lecturer at Chelsea College of Arts in London. He co-hosts a weekly news review show on London’s Colourful Radio. 



This workshop supports the Museum which is a registered Charity.