Creating a number of programs to help grow and recognize young, diverse creative talent across Africa and the Middle East, to showcase Facebook and Instagram’s mobile canvas for brands
Facebook is once again throwing its full support behind young, digital talent in South Africa, with a busy program of events for Loeries 2017 Creative Week. The world’s largest social media community is sponsoring the Student Category of The Loeries Awards for the second year running, as well as hosting workshops and hackathons to help upskill young South African creatives in the latest practices for digital marketing and advertising.
Nunu Ntshingila, Regional Director of Facebook Africa, said: “At Facebook, we are passionate about helping talented young creatives across Africa and the Middle East to develop their skills and deliver great concepts that help brands to grow, while entertaining and informing the community. Africa and the Middle East’s emerging digital creatives represent a powerfully diverse pool of talent; one that holds the key to reaching the next billion people.”
Highlights scheduled for Facebook’s Loeries Creative Week include:
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