Disrupt London partners with Pearson College London, to deliver a uniquely creative, innovative and disruptive masterclass

Disrupt London is a professional workshop in innovation and creativity, delivered by former Vice President of Innovation & Creativity at The Walt Disney Company, Duncan Wardle. The innovative masterclass will help participants to gain an insight into what it takes to create innovation magic within their organisation, as they’ll hear first-hand about Duncan’s groundbreaking approach and tools.

The event will take place at the London Marriott Hotel Regents Park on Friday 1st November 2019.

As a promotional partner for the event, Pearson College London was able to offer its students the unique opportunity to act as assistant facilitators.  This opportunity will enable them to network with industry professionals and to expand their knowledge, by learning more about innovation within the workplace, during their studies.

Over the course of the interactive full day event, participants will learn a unique ‘Design Thinking’ process and gain insights from Duncan’s former career at Disney. Participants will also take part in a hands-on masterclass, learn tools and actionable steps that they can implement into their organisation the next day.

VIP access to the event is extremely limited, as only 10 VIP places will be released.  A VIP ticket provide exclusive access to the following:

  • Guaranteed front row reserved seating at the event
  • A private dinner with Duncan Wardle and 10 other thought leaders
  • Direct uninterrupted access to Duncan, the man who literally sent Buzz Lightyear into space!

Ticket prices for the full day workshop (including all taxes) are:

  • Early Bird tickets (£299.65) - available until mid-September
  • Standard Tickets (£399.66) - available until mid-October
  • Last Minute Tickets (£499.67)VIP Tickets - limited to 10 places (£999.95)

Ticket discount

Staff, friends and family of Pearson College London and Pearson Plc are entitled to a 20% discount on all tickets, using the bespoke discount code: PEARSON20

Find out more about the event and purchase your ticket.

About Duncan Wardle

Duncan is the former Vice President of Innovation & Creativity at The Walt Disney Company, whilst there he spent his 25-year career developing some of their most innovative ideas and strategies. Ideas that would forever change the way the company expands its impact, trains its employees, and solves problems creatively.

Duncan left Disney in 2017 to launch his creative consulting company id8, which has quickly become one of the top innovation consulting firms in the world, and in the process, has allowed Duncan to share his creative consultant services and innovation workshops to thousands of employees and executives at companies such as Ford, McKinsey, Coca-Cola, NBA, Apple, Johnson & Johnson and Forbes.

About Pearson College London

Education, powered by industry experience. 

Industry engagement is at the core of everything that we do; it’s the key to delivering our vision of empowering the people that will change the world.

Our mission is clear: to become one of the UK's leading universities for in-depth industry engagement. Our academic schools are united by our mantra "designed, developed and delivered by industry" and we ensure our students graduate industry ready, as their career starts from day one.

Our students are taught by experts that have all worked in their respective industries and they benefit from industry feedback from leaders within industry too. They get to deliver on live industry briefs and attend industry workshops led by some of the world's most reputable organisations. We work with industry giants from Unilever, L’Oreal, WPP and IBM, to Framestore, Double Negative, MPC and The Mill, and that's what sets us apart.

When you combine higher education and industry, everyone benefits. Especially when there's a need for graduates to stand out from the crowd in a competitive market.

Industry engagement drives us; it’s not just what we do, it’s who we are. And it is what will take us, and our students, into the future.