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Six Reasons Not to Miss Creative Industry: Ramadan Edition 2016

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Creative industry Egypt, Ramadan Edition 2016

Creatives, rejoice! The stage is almost set for the annual Ramadan Edition of Creative Industry Summit. Creative Industry is Egypt’s one and only hub for the creative ecosystem devoted to Egypt’s creatives and their work in advertising, marketing, design, film, photography, publishing, music, and business innovation.

Ramadan Edition 2016 will kick off on the 5th of September at Manasterly Palace, Cairo following the great success of Creative Industry’s annual summit held last April and 2015’s Ramadan Edition.

This vibrant one-day event brings together the movers and shakers of the creative industry, including top creative directors, leading creative executives, brand and marketing managers, drama producers, digital experts and media buying agencies. Discussions will shed light on how these talented visionaries succeeded in standing out amidst the clutter of Ramadan 2016 creations.

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Here are six reasons you don’t want to miss 2016’s Ramadan Edition:

1. Be Among a Pool of Creative Industry Experts

600 experts including creative directors, producers, celebrities and those interested in the creative industry are lined up to attend Creative Industry Summit Ramadan Edition to discuss creativity in advertising, drama, and digital marketing campaigns during Ramadan.

2. Meet The Region’s Top Creative Professionals

The 2016 Ramadan Edition brings together a diverse selection of industry professionals and creative experts such as Marian Makary, Head of Communications at Orange, Ahmed Emad, Regional Media Manager, Mondelez International. Tamer Alphonse, Industry Manager for Telecom Sector Egypt & North Africa at Google. Hesham Soliman, Producer and CEO, Hama Film Productions, and Dany Azzi, Creative Director at FP7/RUH.

3. Creative Industry Summit Ramadan Edition’s Full and Exciting Agenda

The Ramadan Edition agenda includes a number of panel discussions, debates, and talks on the most successful ads, drama productions, and digital marketing campaigns during Ramadan 2016.  The Summit’s agenda focuses on topics of interest to those working in the creative industry, such as changing advertising budgets for companies and charities.

4. Draw on Important Experiences and Results to Benefit Future Ramadan Works

For those of you planning future Ramadan works, Creative Industry Summit Ramadan Edition is the perfect opportunity for you to learn from the analysis of this year’s Ramadan works and the experiences of the creative industry.

5. Be Part of a Social Discussion on the Impact of Drama and Digital Marketing on our Local Culture

We need to start talking about the new norms and effects dramas and digital marketing have on our culture. At Creative Industry Summit Ramadan Edition experts will delve deeper into this topic discussing the apparent cultural shifts creative industries changed in our society.

6. Examine the Most Prominent Creative Issues in the Egyptian Market and the Middle East

At Creative Industry Summit Ramadan Edition, experts will examine issues such as the focus of creative works during Ramadan in comparison to the rest of the year and its impact on the different media channels and those working in creative industries.

Visit www.creativegypt.com to catch the late bird registration for Ramadan Edition 2016 and follow #CreativeIndMENA for agenda updates.

 

Lina Gilani
Holds B.A English Literature and Translation from Al – Zaytoonah University in Amman – Jordan. Writer, translator, animal rights activist.