The School of Influencers launches Season 2: Workshop for Digital Content Creators3 min read
Revolutionary content creators grooming & learning initiative “The School of Influencers” sets off its second season with an insightful day-long workshop for aspiring Bangladeshi Digital Content Creators.
The Marvel Be You successfully organized this second season of “Daraz Bangladesh presents The School of Influencers powered by The Daily Star in association with KFC and Pizza Hut, Nagad Ltd, Fair food and Lifestyle.”
On the 5th of November 2022, Saturday, 60 aspiring digital content creators joined a unique workshop where they got to learn the art of video content creation, photography, vlogging etc. They were mentored through various modules of content creation. Kingkor Ahsan, Raba Khan, Rafsan Sabab, Jubaer Talukder, and Anirban Kaiser each mentored a different module.
Breity Sabrin, co-founder, and CEO of The Marvel Be You said, “The School of Influencers has always been a platform through which we can find out the hidden gems of our country and help them upskill themselves. We want to bring the best in a creator, and it not only helps the creator but also the diverse social media market,”
The day-long workshop was hosted by Shihab Hasan Neyon. Alongside the modules of the workshop, there were a few guest speakers and panel discussions which made the workshop more impactful. Anisa Murshed, Head of Offline Marketing, Daraz Bangladesh, explained how creators can connect with multiple brands and understand the flow of the market. Ariful Alam Sanchai, Corporate Communications Manager, Nagad Ltd, also presented tips and tricks for fruitful collaboration between influencers and organizations.
The workshop had the presence of M Jahangir Alam, FCMA, Group CEO, Bangla Trac Group, Director and CEO, LEVERnGEAR, Managing Director, CLAREx Ltd, Board member of TYT (mother company of the marvel be you) .
” The Marvel Be You had always come up with initiatives that the market needs. The School of Influencers is one of them and it will serve its purpose to the fullest,” said Mr. M Jahangir Alam.
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60 aspiring creators attended the workshop and were very satisfied as they got to learn the art of video content creation and had a thorough idea of how affiliation and collaboration work. The participants were also provided with case studies from the brands to showcase their content creation talent.
The workshop ended with an impactful panel discussion where influencers like Salman Muqtadir, Peya Jannatul, Raba Khan, Shams Afroz Chowdhury, Amin Hannan Chowdhury, and Shuvasish Bhowmick discussed the necessity of digital literacy. There was also another panel discussion that shared insights from the brands’ perspectives.
All the influencers enjoyed the workshop thoroughly.
“I am glad that The Marvel Be You is doing such an amazing thing for the influencer market. This will surely help the industry to grow and be more mature,” said Salman Muqtadir, one of the pioneers of content creation in Bangladesh.
With an immense success story behind them and a bigger vision ahead, The School of Influencers’ workshop aimed to groom & develop the content creation skills of aspiring creators to bring the best out of them. The Marvel Be You is the first platform to come up with such an amazing initiative for the betterment of the market and has been doing great so far.
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