Driving Business Impact — Creatively
Guest Speaker

Chase Jarvis

CreativeLive co-founder & CEO

Chase Jarvis is a photographer, entrepreneur, and co-founder/CEO of CreativeLive. Frequently cited as one of the most influential photographers of the past decade, Chase has won numerous awards from Prix de la Photographie de Paris, The Addys, and The Lions, contributed to the Pulitzer-Prize winning New York Times story Snowfall and earned an Emmy nomination for Portrait of a City. Chase has also created hundreds of campaigns for brands including Nike, Apple, Google, and Red Bull.

Driving business impact — creatively

For creative leaders, thriving in today’s digital-first environment means zeroing in on business priorities and finding new ways to engage and activate audiences — a process artist, entrepreneur, and CreativeLive Co-founder & CEO Chase Jarvis knows well.

In this episode of Real Creative Leadership, Adam Morgan and Chase explore what it takes to understand and act on business priorities so you can drive meaningful, measurable bottom line impact with every creative asset.

Watch this episode to learn about:

  • The role of the modern creative in today’s digital-first landscape
  • How creative experiences can — and should — drive bottom-line growth
  • Processes, relationships, and tools needed to deliver high-value creative content

This event is sponsored by Adobe Creative Cloud for teams — a complete integrated platform that empowers creative collaboration and innovation. If you would like to learn more about Adobe Creative Cloud for teams, please let us know!

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I think an important part of this conversation is also if you have a creative team filled with creative thinkers and design thinkers etc., it is important to first make sure those people aren’t so overloaded that they can leave the “cave” and go be creative with the rest of the company, and then look to them for new ideas whenever possible. You’ve talked a lot about how that creative person may not be a designer or an artist but at the same time they could be, right. Don’t just ask for presentations and sell sheets from your creative team, bring them goals and see what they come up with and how they came up with it.

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