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Creative Industry Summit Launches Competitions for Young Creators

The Creative Industry Summit are holding five competitions that will give students an opportunity to win full access to the summit at the Nile Ritz-Carlton in Cairo.

The Creative Industry Summit, an annual event that tackles all forms of creative business and entrepreneurship, is hosting a set of competitions for some of the 21 tracks they’re covering this year. The competitions are meant to give future creatives the opportunity to showcase their work. An unlimited number of applicants can apply for each competition, which will be judged by professionals and speakers in their field - but only five winners will be selected per competition.


To apply, students are asked to post their submissions to their Instagram feed as well as add it to their Instagram story, tagging @creativeindmena in both instances. The lucky winners will get full access to Creative Industry Summit 2021 at the Nile Ritz-Carlton in Cairo. The competitions will be divided into five categories: Photography, Fashion, Music, Film and Sustainability.


For students of photography, it’s pretty simple. Post one of your best shots to your Instagram and stories, and cross your fingers. Fashion students, likewise, are only required to create an a la mode outfit in their own style.


The music track includes two different competitions for music enthusiasts in collaboration with Nojara Productions and Let’s Go Big. The first competition is a free flow rapping competition where students share user-generated content, while Creative Industry Summit and Nojara Productions reposts your work on their pages. Meanwhile the second competition targets English singers where students will share their own covers of famous songs.


Students of film are encouraged to submit a film of their creation, even if they are slightly old and weren’t produced specifically for the competition. Winners will be chosen based on the quality and creativity of their work.


Finally, students of sustainability will be asked to share their best and most creative sustainability ideas and the students with not only the best, but the most feasible ideas, will win.