Lürzer's Archive 2011 Berlin School Scholarship awarded to Japanese creative

This year's Lürzer's Archive Creative Leadership Scholarship has been awarded to Midori Ikematsu from Japan.
The experienced creative director has been working in the advertising industry for 31 years, the past four of them at Japan's leading ad agency, Dentsu Razorfish. The chance to take part in the Berlin School MBA program comes at the ideal moment as she prepares to take the next step up on the career ladder.
"There is no place and time more suitable than the Berlin School to pursue my quest for creative leadership at this point in my life," said Midori. "I'm a firm believer that true creative chemical reactions happen when creative minds from different cultures and backgrounds come together in a positive environment that invites new thoughts and ideas."

Lürzer's Archive is delighted to present this year's scholarship to a highly talented ad industry creative.
"We wanted a true leader in their field to have the chance to further their learning, test their knowledge and brainstorm new ideas with other leaders in the creative industry," said Publisher Christian Lürzer. "As a professional who has already accomplished much in her career, we are excited to see what new industry-changing project Midori will help create during her time at the Berlin School."
The Lürzer's Archive Creative Leadership Scholarship is awarded annually to rising stars of the creative advertising scene. Applications for the scholarship can be submitted to the Berlin School at any time.
Sandra Lehnst
Email: sl@luerzersarchive.com
Phone: + 43 (1) 715 24 24 10

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