Industry Visits by CNM Society

Industry trips expose students to real work atmospheres and provide them with the opportunity to relate their theoretical knowledge to applied aspect of the modules they have studied. Through these visits, students receive an insight on daily routines and work cultures of various companies, get a chance to connect with industry professionals and have an idea about what life after university is like. In this respect, CNM Industry Visits give students a glimpse of the work life that they may experience after graduation. This semester’s trip will be from February 23 to February 25 to the following companies:

Waggener Edstrom is one of the world’s largest PR and marketing agency that prides itself as stewards of bold ideas. Its previous clients include Microsoft Windows, Qatar Airways and Skype. Visit http://waggeneredstrom.com for more information.

Fixx is a local design company that seeks to combine enhanced user experience and creative design together in its visually polished yet functional works. Previous clients include Singtel, DBS Bank Ltd, and Esplanade. Visit http://fixx.sg for more information.

Gushcloud specialises in the up-and-coming solution to digital marketing: influencer marketing. With more than 10,000 influencers under its brand, Gushcloud has worked for well-known clients such as Coca-Cola, Citibank, and Zalora. Visit http://gushcloud.com for more information.

Minitheory is a digital design studio that excels in delivering intuitively designed web-based products as well as mobile softwares to make life easier with technology. Former clients include Creative Technology, SkinnyMint and Bellabox. Visit http://minitheory for more information.industryvisitsbanner

Further information on CNM 2015, Semester II Industry visit and the schedule can be received from the following link: www.bit.ly/cnmvisits2015 

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About Gulizar Haciyakupoglu

A PhD Candidate at Communications & New Media Programme, Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences
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