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Facebook's Chief Creative Officer comes to Digital First

Facebook's Chief Creative Officer comes to Digital First

Mark D'Arcy, Facebook's Chief Creative Officer, will be the opening speaker at Digital First in Brussels. He will lead the audience through his keynote "Creativity on Facebook".

Innovation on Facebook

For the past three years, Mark and his team have worked to bring together the most innovative ideas on Facebook to help build a social platform that attracts advertisers. 


He will present "Creativity on Facebook" at Digital First, a B2B event focused on the digital industry in Belgium. The event will take place on 16 October in Tour & Taxis, Brussels.

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