Globe is taking the lead in championing Filipino creativity with the first-ever G Creator Con taking place during the much-anticipated G Day celebration on September 17 at The Globe Tower in Taguig and the BGC Amphitheater. G Day is a month-long celebration that mounts several events aimed at creating rewarding experiences for loyal Globe customers.
The G Creator Con, which marks the launch of Globe’s Creator Culture programs, promises a day filled with inspiration, learning, and self-expression, urging every individual to thrive in their passions. Content creation is often associated with short-form video content, but with G Creator Con, Globe aims to shatter this misconception and provide a platform for all types of creators, including photographers, filmmakers, graphic artists, and others who may want to contribute to the Philippine creative scene.
Visitors can exchange three Rewards points to enter the following events for free: G Creator Con: Art & Tech City happening in BGC Amphitheater; G Creator Con: Creator Talks to be held at Basement 1, The Globe Tower; and G Creator Con: Speed Mentorship set to be held at the 2nd floor of The Globe Tower.
“With the launch of Globe’s Creator Culture, we want to emphasize that everyone is a creator in their own unique way. Globe is committed to uplifting the lives of Filipinos, and through G Creator Con, we aim to inspire and provide the necessary tools and platforms for all aspiring creators,” said Pia Gonzalez-Colby, Chief Marketing Officer at Globe.
Dubbed the “G Creator Con: Art & Tech City,” attendees can look forward to interactive booths from renowned platforms such as Kumu, NABU, Jobstreet, KROMA Creator Studio, Globe Prepaid and an intelligent home showcase at the GFiber Creator’s Pod in partnership with XIAOMI.
The event will host a series of Creator Talks, in partnership with industry giants such as Jobstreet, Meta, Myx, NABU, Social Media Marketing PH, and YouTube. Attendees can gain insights from industry stalwarts such as Eva Le Queen, Jamie Herrell Pio Dumayas of the band Lola Amour, writer, actress and content creator Mela Habijan, and actresses Nadine Lustre and Pat Tingjuy.
Bitskwela’s Bull or Bear debate program will also be featured, delving into relevant creator topics such as Freelancing, AI, Community Building and many more. There will also be a Speed Mentorship session with 25 mentors engaging 50 participants, facilitating deep and meaningful conversations about the creator journey.
For those unable to attend in person, the discussions will be livestreamed on Globe Virtual Hangouts.
Another activity highlight is the G Creator Con: Globe Creator House, which will give attendees the chance to get professional headshots and creative shots in collaboration with CPMP Studios. By donating at least 10 Rewards points to the Hapag Movement hunger alleviation program, creators can access the Creator House from September 17 to September 30 at the 2F Southwing Iconic above the BGC Amphitheater.
To make it easier for participants to visit the event, Global Electric Transport (GET) offers a clean transport option through their electric shuttles, with pick-ups and drop-off points at Alabang Town Center, One Ayala, and Trinoma. Pickups will be at 9 a.m., 11 a.m., and 1 p.m., and return trips at 7 p.m., 9 p.m., and 11 a.m.
G Creator Con, which marks the launch of Globe’s Creator Culture programs, promises a day filled with inspiration, learning, and self-expression, urging every individual to realize their potential as the next big creator
Globe’s mission is clear: to empower every Filipino creator, providing them with inspiration, mentorship, a venue to hone their skills, a path to growing it into a livelihood, and access to essential tools and equipment.
To learn more information about Globe, visit https://www.globe.com.ph/.