On Friday 10th March, I had to join the other contestants in the Thinking Space, seven in all, where the pitching competition was set out. Kamal, from The Agency, based in Plymouth College of Art’s main building, explained to us the brief in detailed. He pitched to us with a power point presentation, showing professional standard pieces of work, completed by both under-graduate and graduates, for high end clients – including the more recent Sherford Development. He talked about what he would expect from us, if we were fortunate to get this opportunity, as well as explain how this experience would benefit us as creatives and that it will look good on our CV, giving us a better chance of getting into a potential job. There are three places available in The Agency, to complete potentially a four week unpaid internship, as a form of work experience in the creative industry. As there is seven of us applying, there is almost a 50% chance of winning that position, which is very fortunate.