Lockdown 2.0: Think like a digital entrepreneur with your creative content

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Lockdown 2.0: Think like a digital entrepreneur with your creative content

In a lockdown world, learn how to leverage content creation strategically and think like a creative entrepreneur.


Traditional methods of producing content have been turned on their heads because of the pandemic. Our content consumption has increased tenfold, which means that the demand for new and exciting content and talent is huge!

Join award-winning creative director and artist, Amrit Singh (@mrasingh) as he shares an inspirational journey of creative entrepreneurship, collaboration and content production. Get tips and tricks on how you can take advantage of social media strategy during this challenging time, make platforms work for you and amplify your creativity.



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November 10 2020


Date: November 10, 2020
Time: 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Cost: Free
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