Emily Mishler and Cody Horchak Interviewed by Fotis Georgiadis

Emily Mishler, driving force behind The Cultivated Group and the world of Esmè the Curious Cat

Cody Horchak, founded Zerv

Emily Mishler, driving force behind The Cultivated Group and the world of Esmè the Curious Cat. Cody Horchak, founded Zerv

We need proprietary companies to know the future of access control is changing and recognize us not as a threat to the amazing systems they’ve built, but a tool and a facilitator.”

— Cody Horchak, founded Zerv

GREENWICH, CT, USA, December 10, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Fotis Georgiadis, owner of the blog by his namesake, is a branding and image consultant specialist with a robust background and is a visionary interviewer. With a knack for pulling out a well-rounded interview, not only covering cutting edge technologies and corporate directions but also bringing out the personal side of the interviewee.

What better time than right now to enhance your corporate image, your brand recognition? The answer is there is none. Get it done now, with the help of Fotis Georgiadis, and move yourself ahead of the competition. His contact info is below and two recent interview excerpts as well. A change to your strategy may just be that one thing holding you back, find out now.


Emily Mishler, driving force behind The Cultivated Group and the world of Esmè the Curious Cat
There is no shortage of good ideas out there. Many people have good ideas all the time. But people seem to struggle in taking a good idea and translating it into an actual business. Can you share a few ideas from your experience about how to overcome this challenge?

The way we see it, seeking perfection and perfectionism are not one in the same. The pursuit of excellence and having extraordinary standards is absolutely a part of being successful, but those do not require us to engage in perfectionistic thinking or habits. Those that make the leap from good to great and then from great to exceptional have as a part of their process standards of excellence. That is where elevated standards and excellence intersect. Elevated standards and the pursuit of excellence may also inherently benefit our growth!

The procrastination and feelings of “paralysis” that engaging in perfectionistic thinking can result in have the ability to be incredibly negative. Oftentimes, what we’ve seen is, when perfectionistic standards are employed (as opposed to standards of excellence) they often result in a slow of progress, increase in stress, and the restriction of creativity. We can often feel paralyzed or “stuck” in our feelings of seeming inferiority, and incapability to achieve our desired outcomes, and in doing so create a self-fulfilling feeling of paralysis.

The “paralysis of perfectionism” is something my team, clients and I talk about often. We have incredibly high standards for the quality and character of the people we work with, and also the results of our work. Setting goals and holding ourselves to standards of excellence is a different game than employing and projecting expectations of perfection — and that’s something we hold ourselves accountable for.

Often when people think of a new idea, they dismiss it saying someone else must have thought of it before. How would you recommend that someone go about researching whether or not their idea has already been created?

Fortunately we live in the age of the internet, so a quick search of your idea may bring up relevant results. At the end of the day, we’ve come to realize that it isn’t always about the novelty of the idea — oftentimes the difference between success and failure is the energy that’s poured into the project itself; the frequency.

Read the rest here


Cody Horchak, founded Zerv
What are your “5 Things I Wish Someone Told Me Before I Started” and why. (Please share a story or example for each.)

The first thing I wish someone told me is that there will be more challenges than successes. In the world of a startup and something that is incredibly new, the failures outweigh the success. It’s important to keep a positive outlook and be extremely resilient even when the failures might start to pile up. Every failure is one step closer to success and you only truly fail when you give up.
Prioritize passion over intelligence. You can hire the smartest people but if they don’t have a passion for the company, they won’t achieve success. How many times have we met a person who’s a savant but doesn’t have the drive to get off the couch in order to achieve what the world expects? Find someone with a drive and harbor that passion. I assure you that you can teach someone to be smart, but you can’t teach passion.
Training employees will take more time and patience than expected. I wasn’t aware of the significant demand it would take in order to grow a team from seven employees to 47. You can hire someone who comes directly from a competitor, but they need to understand the culture and expectations of your vision. It’s not as easy as taking a concept and running with it. There’s a bit of hand-holding during the first two months.
Starting is better than perfection. If you strive for perfection you’ll be dead before you even start. While strategizing is important, the most meaningful thing is to start.
Marketing is key. That’s the final thing, you could build an anti-gravity machine but if the world doesn’t know about it, it doesn’t exist. Marketing is a critical role in communicating to the masses what someone is hyper-focused in. It’s like a mathematician speaking to a doctor. They have different mentalities and marketing helps bridge the gaps.

The rest of the interview is available here

You can reach out to Fotis Georgiadis at the below-listed website, email and social media links to discuss how he can help your brand and image.

About Fotis Georgiadis
Fotis Georgiadis is the founder of DigitalDayLab. Fotis Georgiadis is a serial entrepreneur with offices in both Malibu and New York City. He has expertise in marketing, branding and mergers & acquisitions. Fotis Georgiadis is also an accomplished VC who has successfully concluded five exits. Fotis Georgiadis is also a contributor to Authority Magazine, Thrive Global & several others.

Contact and information on how to follow Fotis Georgiadis’ latest interviews:
Website: http://www.fotisgeorgiadis.com
Email: fg@fotisgeorgiadis.com
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/fotis-georgiadis-994833103/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/FotisGeorgiadi3 @FotisGeorgiadi3

Fotis Georgiadis
fotisgeorgiadis.com
+1 203-983-1234
email us here
Visit us on social media:
Twitter
LinkedIn

Emily Mishler, driving force behind The Cultivated Group and the world of Esmè the Curious Cat
Cody Horchak, founded Zerv

Emily Mishler, driving force behind The Cultivated Group and the world of Esmè the Curious Cat. Cody Horchak, founded Zerv
We need proprietary companies to know the future of access control is changing and recognize us not as a threat to the amazing systems they’ve built, but a tool and a facilitator.”— Cody Horchak, founded ZervGREENWICH, CT, USA, December 10, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Fotis Georgiadis, owner of the blog by his namesake, is a branding and image consultant specialist with a robust background and is a visionary interviewer. With a knack for pulling out a well-rounded interview, not only covering cutting edge technologies and corporate directions but also bringing out the personal side of the interviewee.
What better time than right now to enhance your corporate image, your brand recognition? The answer is there is none. Get it done now, with the help of Fotis Georgiadis, and move yourself ahead of the competition. His contact info is below and two recent interview excerpts as well. A change to your strategy may just be that one thing holding you back, find out now.
-Emily Mishler, driving force behind The Cultivated Group and the world of Esmè the Curious Cat There is no shortage of good ideas out there. Many people have good ideas all the time. But people seem to struggle in taking a good idea and translating it into an actual business. Can you share a few ideas from your experience about how to overcome this challenge?
The way we see it, seeking perfection and perfectionism are not one in the same. The pursuit of excellence and having extraordinary standards is absolutely a part of being successful, but those do not require us to engage in perfectionistic thinking or habits. Those that make the leap from good to great and then from great to exceptional have as a part of their process standards of excellence. That is where elevated standards and excellence intersect. Elevated standards and the pursuit of excellence may also inherently benefit our growth!
The procrastination and feelings of “paralysis” that engaging in perfectionistic thinking can result in have the ability to be incredibly negative. Oftentimes, what we’ve seen is, when perfectionistic standards are employed (as opposed to standards of excellence) they often result in a slow of progress, increase in stress, and the restriction of creativity. We can often feel paralyzed or “stuck” in our feelings of seeming inferiority, and incapability to achieve our desired outcomes, and in doing so create a self-fulfilling feeling of paralysis.
The “paralysis of perfectionism” is something my team, clients and I talk about often. We have incredibly high standards for the quality and character of the people we work with, and also the results of our work. Setting goals and holding ourselves to standards of excellence is a different game than employing and projecting expectations of perfection — and that’s something we hold ourselves accountable for.
Often when people think of a new idea, they dismiss it saying someone else must have thought of it before. How would you recommend that someone go about researching whether or not their idea has already been created?
Fortunately we live in the age of the internet, so a quick search of your idea may bring up relevant results. At the end of the day, we’ve come to realize that it isn’t always about the novelty of the idea — oftentimes the difference between success and failure is the energy that’s poured into the project itself; the frequency.
Read the rest here
-Cody Horchak, founded ZervWhat are your “5 Things I Wish Someone Told Me Before I Started” and why. (Please share a story or example for each.)
The first thing I wish someone told me is that there will be more challenges than successes. In the world of a startup and something that is incredibly new, the failures outweigh the success. It’s important to keep a positive outlook and be extremely resilient even when the failures might start to pile up. Every failure is one step closer to success and you only truly fail when you give up.Prioritize passion over intelligence. You can hire the smartest people but if they don’t have a passion for the company, they won’t achieve success. How many times have we met a person who’s a savant but doesn’t have the drive to get off the couch in order to achieve what the world expects? Find someone with a drive and harbor that passion. I assure you that you can teach someone to be smart, but you can’t teach passion.Training employees will take more time and patience than expected. I wasn’t aware of the significant demand it would take in order to grow a team from seven employees to 47. You can hire someone who comes directly from a competitor, but they need to understand the culture and expectations of your vision. It’s not as easy as taking a concept and running with it. There’s a bit of hand-holding during the first two months.Starting is better than perfection. If you strive for perfection you’ll be dead before you even start. While strategizing is important, the most meaningful thing is to start.Marketing is key. That’s the final thing, you could build an anti-gravity machine but if the world doesn’t know about it, it doesn’t exist. Marketing is a critical role in communicating to the masses what someone is hyper-focused in. It’s like a mathematician speaking to a doctor. They have different mentalities and marketing helps bridge the gaps.
The rest of the interview is available here
You can reach out to Fotis Georgiadis at the below-listed website, email and social media links to discuss how he can help your brand and image.
About Fotis GeorgiadisFotis Georgiadis is the founder of DigitalDayLab. Fotis Georgiadis is a serial entrepreneur with offices in both Malibu and New York City. He has expertise in marketing, branding and mergers & acquisitions. Fotis Georgiadis is also an accomplished VC who has successfully concluded five exits. Fotis Georgiadis is also a contributor to Authority Magazine, Thrive Global & several others.
Contact and information on how to follow Fotis Georgiadis’ latest interviews:Website: http://www.fotisgeorgiadis.com Email: fg@fotisgeorgiadis.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/fotis-georgiadis-994833103/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/FotisGeorgiadi3 @FotisGeorgiadi3Fotis Georgiadis
fotisgeorgiadis.com
+1 203-983-1234
email us here
Visit us on social media:
Twitter
LinkedIn

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Topic / Business & Economy, Topic / Social Media, Topic / Technology, Topic / Consumer Goods, Topic / Companies, Country / United Kingdom, Country / United States

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Lauren Hirsch Williams and Chakra Earthsong Interviewed by Candice Georgiadis

Lauren Hirsch Williams, author and developed a women’s network — MyTurn TV

Chakra Earthsong, Founder and the Chief formulator of KeVita

Candice Georgiadis

Lauren Hirsch Williams, author and developed a women’s network — MyTurn TV. Chakra Earthsong, Founder and the Chief formulator of KeVita

You must have people help you. Women, in general, think they must do it all. It’s not always easy to ask for help, especially if we’re not funded in a business venture.”

— Lauren Hirsch Williams, author and developed a women’s network — MyTurn TV

GREENWICH, CT, USA, December 10, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Candice Georgiadis, owner of the blog by her namesake, interviews individuals on the cutting edge of hotel, travel, lifestyle and other similar topics. She expands the marketing footprint of individuals and companies with a combination of branding and imaging across social media and conventional websites.

Get on board with solid brand marketing with Candice Georgiadis. Her contact info is below as well as two recent client interviews. She can help you break out of the marketing gutter, gain more clients and build a stronger brand.


Lauren Hirsch Williams, author and developed a women’s network — MyTurn TV
What are your “5 Things I Wish Someone Told Me Before I Started” and why? (Please share a story or example for each.)

I certainly have more than five things I wish someone had told me before I started, but I’ll provide the top 5 here.

1) You must have people help you. Women, in general, think they must do it all. It’s not always easy to ask for help, especially if we’re not funded in a business venture. But that doesn’t mean we should go it alone. It’s essential to get help from a part-time VA, a mentor, colleagues, or even friends in a mastermind group. Having more than one brain in the room at a time is invaluable and will save hours and hours. Here too, social media and LinkedIn can help.

2) Learn how to love failure or, at the very least, coexist with it. Although we all grow up thinking failure is a bad thing, it’s turns out it’s a good thing. Failures open the door to success in the future because we can learn from each failure what NOT to do. Having that information is just as valuable as seeing what DOES work. On top of that, failure is a fundamental aspect of every entrepreneurial venture. There’s no such thing as a business without any failure. So, the sooner we learn to embrace it, the sooner we can get to the vision we desire. I’ve created sales pages or product offers that took months to plan and execute, only to be a total loss. Although it stings, instead of walking away from my business, I learned from it and shifted my focus to new paths that did work.

3) Celebrate small steps. We all have our eye on the grand prize and feel the little mundane steps are not worthy of full attention and praise. But that would be wrong. If we celebrate and feel pride at each of the minor actions along the way, we learn it’s the fastest way to get to the grand prize. In writing my book, ONE SENSE AHEAD, I planned a celebration after each step was completed. For example, the Table of Contents may not seem important, but it set up the framework for writing everything else. My celebration created the momentum to help me finish writing the first chapter. And then the next and the next.

The full interview is available here


Chakra Earthsong, Founder and the Chief formulator of KeVita
Can you share your top five “lifestyle tweaks” that you believe will help support people’s journey towards better wellbeing? Please give an example or story for each. And if you could start a movement that would bring the most amount of wellness to the most amount of people, what would that be?

For me, my top five lifestyle tweaks would be:

Practicing self-care

When it comes to wellness, it’s essential to incorporate daily practices into your routine. As many of us have been home throughout the pandemic, it’s easy to get caught up with the more mundane aspects of life and work. Prioritizing self-care is everything. I like to spend a few moments each day journaling, enjoying a cup of one of my favorite teas, lighting candles, a long soak in a hot bath, reading a great book, taking a hike, taking time to talk to friends, or listening to what is calling to me in that moment. It is also important to rest your body as much as you can — taking the extra time to calm the body down goes a long way.

Finding ways to move my body

For exercise, I try to incorporate something in my day that keeps my body moving, whether that is practicing yoga, dancing, or hiking or walking outside and enjoying fresh air.

Eating well

Just as important as exercise is a balanced diet. It’s crucial to know what you are fueling your body with and ensure you’re getting proper nutrients and vitamins. KeVita is part of my own daily diet and I love using it as part of my wellness routine.

Being aware of my own breath

I like to begin my days with yoga or meditation to focus on the present moment and be mindful of thoughts and energy I allow to enter my body. This is especially important given the fast-paced world we live in today — these few minutes every morning help keep me grounded and full of gratitude.

Finish reading the interview here

Be sure to reach out to Candice Georgiadis to get your social media marketing on the right track. You can reach her at the below contact options.

About Candice Georgiadis
Candice Georgiadis is an active mother of three as well as a designer, founder, social media expert, and philanthropist. Candice Georgiadis is the founder and designer at CG & CO. She is also the Founder of the Social Media and Marketing Agency: Digital Agency. Candice Georgiadis is a Social Media influencer and contributing writer to ThriveGlobal, Authority Magazine, and several others. In addition to her busy work life, Candice is a volunteer and donor to St Jude’s Children’s hospital.

Contact and information on how to follow Candice Georgiadis’ latest interviews:
Website: http://candicegeorgiadis.com/
Email: CG@candicegeorgiadis.com
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/candice-georgiadis-34375b51/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/candigeorgiadis @candigeorgiadis

Candice georgiadis
candicegeorgiadis.com
+1 203-958-1234
email us here
Visit us on social media:
Twitter
LinkedIn

Lauren Hirsch Williams, author and developed a women’s network — MyTurn TV
Chakra Earthsong, Founder and the Chief formulator of KeVita
Candice Georgiadis

Lauren Hirsch Williams, author and developed a women’s network — MyTurn TV. Chakra Earthsong, Founder and the Chief formulator of KeVita
You must have people help you. Women, in general, think they must do it all. It’s not always easy to ask for help, especially if we’re not funded in a business venture.”— Lauren Hirsch Williams, author and developed a women’s network — MyTurn TVGREENWICH, CT, USA, December 10, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Candice Georgiadis, owner of the blog by her namesake, interviews individuals on the cutting edge of hotel, travel, lifestyle and other similar topics. She expands the marketing footprint of individuals and companies with a combination of branding and imaging across social media and conventional websites.
Get on board with solid brand marketing with Candice Georgiadis. Her contact info is below as well as two recent client interviews. She can help you break out of the marketing gutter, gain more clients and build a stronger brand.
-Lauren Hirsch Williams, author and developed a women’s network — MyTurn TV What are your “5 Things I Wish Someone Told Me Before I Started” and why? (Please share a story or example for each.)
I certainly have more than five things I wish someone had told me before I started, but I’ll provide the top 5 here.
1) You must have people help you. Women, in general, think they must do it all. It’s not always easy to ask for help, especially if we’re not funded in a business venture. But that doesn’t mean we should go it alone. It’s essential to get help from a part-time VA, a mentor, colleagues, or even friends in a mastermind group. Having more than one brain in the room at a time is invaluable and will save hours and hours. Here too, social media and LinkedIn can help.
2) Learn how to love failure or, at the very least, coexist with it. Although we all grow up thinking failure is a bad thing, it’s turns out it’s a good thing. Failures open the door to success in the future because we can learn from each failure what NOT to do. Having that information is just as valuable as seeing what DOES work. On top of that, failure is a fundamental aspect of every entrepreneurial venture. There’s no such thing as a business without any failure. So, the sooner we learn to embrace it, the sooner we can get to the vision we desire. I’ve created sales pages or product offers that took months to plan and execute, only to be a total loss. Although it stings, instead of walking away from my business, I learned from it and shifted my focus to new paths that did work.
3) Celebrate small steps. We all have our eye on the grand prize and feel the little mundane steps are not worthy of full attention and praise. But that would be wrong. If we celebrate and feel pride at each of the minor actions along the way, we learn it’s the fastest way to get to the grand prize. In writing my book, ONE SENSE AHEAD, I planned a celebration after each step was completed. For example, the Table of Contents may not seem important, but it set up the framework for writing everything else. My celebration created the momentum to help me finish writing the first chapter. And then the next and the next.
The full interview is available here
-Chakra Earthsong, Founder and the Chief formulator of KeVitaCan you share your top five “lifestyle tweaks” that you believe will help support people’s journey towards better wellbeing? Please give an example or story for each. And if you could start a movement that would bring the most amount of wellness to the most amount of people, what would that be?
For me, my top five lifestyle tweaks would be:
Practicing self-care
When it comes to wellness, it’s essential to incorporate daily practices into your routine. As many of us have been home throughout the pandemic, it’s easy to get caught up with the more mundane aspects of life and work. Prioritizing self-care is everything. I like to spend a few moments each day journaling, enjoying a cup of one of my favorite teas, lighting candles, a long soak in a hot bath, reading a great book, taking a hike, taking time to talk to friends, or listening to what is calling to me in that moment. It is also important to rest your body as much as you can — taking the extra time to calm the body down goes a long way.
Finding ways to move my body
For exercise, I try to incorporate something in my day that keeps my body moving, whether that is practicing yoga, dancing, or hiking or walking outside and enjoying fresh air.
Eating well
Just as important as exercise is a balanced diet. It’s crucial to know what you are fueling your body with and ensure you’re getting proper nutrients and vitamins. KeVita is part of my own daily diet and I love using it as part of my wellness routine.
Being aware of my own breath
I like to begin my days with yoga or meditation to focus on the present moment and be mindful of thoughts and energy I allow to enter my body. This is especially important given the fast-paced world we live in today — these few minutes every morning help keep me grounded and full of gratitude.
Finish reading the interview here
Be sure to reach out to Candice Georgiadis to get your social media marketing on the right track. You can reach her at the below contact options.
About Candice GeorgiadisCandice Georgiadis is an active mother of three as well as a designer, founder, social media expert, and philanthropist. Candice Georgiadis is the founder and designer at CG & CO. She is also the Founder of the Social Media and Marketing Agency: Digital Agency. Candice Georgiadis is a Social Media influencer and contributing writer to ThriveGlobal, Authority Magazine, and several others. In addition to her busy work life, Candice is a volunteer and donor to St Jude’s Children’s hospital.
Contact and information on how to follow Candice Georgiadis’ latest interviews:Website: http://candicegeorgiadis.com/ Email: CG@candicegeorgiadis.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/candice-georgiadis-34375b51/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/candigeorgiadis @candigeorgiadisCandice georgiadis
candicegeorgiadis.com
+1 203-958-1234
email us here
Visit us on social media:
Twitter
LinkedIn

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Topic / Culture, Society & Lifestyle, Topic / Social Media, Topic / Technology, Topic / Beauty & Hair Care, Topic / Companies, Country / Canada, Country / United States

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Introducing CEX: The Creator Economy Expo – A New Business Event from Veteran Digital Entrepreneurs

CEX – The Creator Economy Expo

CEX: The Creator Economy Expo, happening May 2-4, 2022 at the Arizona Grand Resort in Phoenix, is for content creators who want to be financially successful.

Unlike other events that cater to the big Silicon Valley platforms and ‘unicorn’ startups, CEX is for the creators themselves.”

— Brian Clark

CLEVELAND, OH, UNITED STATES, December 10, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Serial entrepreneurs Brian Clark and Joe Pulizzi today announce CEX: The Creator Economy Expo, happening May 2-4, 2022 at the Arizona Grand Resort in Phoenix. The new conference is dedicated to empowering creators with opportunities, strategies, tactics, and tools for achieving big success as content entrepreneurs.
____

You can’t escape the hype about the creator economy, and for good reason. Those who get in early on the emerging Web 3.0 by attracting audiences, cultivating community, and implementing solid revenue models will reap amazing rewards.

Most of the media attention surrounding the creator economy focuses on large platforms like Instagram, TikTok, and YouTube. But the real story is about the creators themselves and the audiences they influence.

Creators now realize that they can and should take control of their destinies by becoming more entrepreneurial and maximizing the value of their audience assets. “The power has shifted away from the platforms to the creators,” says Josh Constine with venture capital firm SignalFire.

While much more mainstream today, the creator economy movement dates back over 15 years to the early days of blogging. That’s why industry veterans Brian Clark and Joe Pulizzi have teamed up to start CEX — the Creator Economy Expo.

Attendees of the CEX event will experience high-impact keynotes and actionable sessions covering:

– Audience Attraction
– Community Commerce
– Revenue Models
– Collaboration Strategies
– Content Operations

Clark and Pulizzi both separately built businesses that reached 8 figures in revenue without a dime from investors before selling to larger companies. They’re now joining forces to help a new generation of content creators build sustainable digital businesses as content entrepreneurs.

“Our mission is to highlight the brightest minds and most vibrant voices that help creators develop into successful entrepreneurs who build profitable digital businesses,” says CEX co-founder Joe Pulizzi.

Web 3.0 is poised to change the dynamics of digital startups and solo businesses across the board. We’re seeing a real-time shift from traditional venture capital and small business loans to community-driven funding through creator coins, NFTs, and DAOs — and that puts the creators firmly in control.

“Unlike other events that cater to the big Silicon Valley platforms and ‘unicorn’ startups, CEX is for the creators themselves,” says CEX co-founder Brian Clark. “And those creators will come away understanding that they matter most.”

Sponsorship opportunities are available now.

​​About Joe Pulizzi:

Joe Pulizzi is one of the world’s top authorities on using content to build and grow businesses. He has founded four companies and launched dozens of events, including the industry standard Content Marketing World. His newest book is Content Inc., Second Edition: Start a Content-First Business, Build a Massive Audience, and Become Radically Successful (With Little to No Money). He recently founded The Tilt, an education and training company for content entrepreneurs.

About Brian Clark:

Brian Clark is a 10x serial digital entrepreneur. In 2006 he founded Copyblogger, an educational resource that helped writers become content entrepreneurs. From that audience platform he built a software, hosting, and training business that reached 8 figures in highly profitable revenue. His new company Movement Ventures focuses on building community-based businesses, including Unemployable — a community for freelancers and solo entrepreneurs.

Joe Pulizzi
CEX Media LLC
info@cex.events

CEX – The Creator Economy Expo

CEX: The Creator Economy Expo, happening May 2-4, 2022 at the Arizona Grand Resort in Phoenix, is for content creators who want to be financially successful.

Unlike other events that cater to the big Silicon Valley platforms and ‘unicorn’ startups, CEX is for the creators themselves.”— Brian ClarkCLEVELAND, OH, UNITED STATES, December 10, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Serial entrepreneurs Brian Clark and Joe Pulizzi today announce CEX: The Creator Economy Expo, happening May 2-4, 2022 at the Arizona Grand Resort in Phoenix. The new conference is dedicated to empowering creators with opportunities, strategies, tactics, and tools for achieving big success as content entrepreneurs.
____

You can’t escape the hype about the creator economy, and for good reason. Those who get in early on the emerging Web 3.0 by attracting audiences, cultivating community, and implementing solid revenue models will reap amazing rewards.

Most of the media attention surrounding the creator economy focuses on large platforms like Instagram, TikTok, and YouTube. But the real story is about the creators themselves and the audiences they influence.

Creators now realize that they can and should take control of their destinies by becoming more entrepreneurial and maximizing the value of their audience assets. “The power has shifted away from the platforms to the creators,” says Josh Constine with venture capital firm SignalFire.

While much more mainstream today, the creator economy movement dates back over 15 years to the early days of blogging. That’s why industry veterans Brian Clark and Joe Pulizzi have teamed up to start CEX — the Creator Economy Expo.

Attendees of the CEX event will experience high-impact keynotes and actionable sessions covering:

– Audience Attraction
– Community Commerce
– Revenue Models
– Collaboration Strategies
– Content Operations

Clark and Pulizzi both separately built businesses that reached 8 figures in revenue without a dime from investors before selling to larger companies. They’re now joining forces to help a new generation of content creators build sustainable digital businesses as content entrepreneurs.

“Our mission is to highlight the brightest minds and most vibrant voices that help creators develop into successful entrepreneurs who build profitable digital businesses,” says CEX co-founder Joe Pulizzi.

Web 3.0 is poised to change the dynamics of digital startups and solo businesses across the board. We’re seeing a real-time shift from traditional venture capital and small business loans to community-driven funding through creator coins, NFTs, and DAOs — and that puts the creators firmly in control.

“Unlike other events that cater to the big Silicon Valley platforms and ‘unicorn’ startups, CEX is for the creators themselves,” says CEX co-founder Brian Clark. “And those creators will come away understanding that they matter most.”

Sponsorship opportunities are available now.

​​About Joe Pulizzi:

Joe Pulizzi is one of the world’s top authorities on using content to build and grow businesses. He has founded four companies and launched dozens of events, including the industry standard Content Marketing World. His newest book is Content Inc., Second Edition: Start a Content-First Business, Build a Massive Audience, and Become Radically Successful (With Little to No Money). He recently founded The Tilt, an education and training company for content entrepreneurs.

About Brian Clark:

Brian Clark is a 10x serial digital entrepreneur. In 2006 he founded Copyblogger, an educational resource that helped writers become content entrepreneurs. From that audience platform he built a software, hosting, and training business that reached 8 figures in highly profitable revenue. His new company Movement Ventures focuses on building community-based businesses, including Unemployable — a community for freelancers and solo entrepreneurs.
Joe Pulizzi
CEX Media LLC
info@cex.events

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KING ROYAL GIVES HIP HOP A NEW POWER

KING ROYAL speaks truth as he creates a higher standard for Hip Hop

I want others to know that I was birthed from the seed of hustlers. I made a choice to seek an education, understanding that knowledge is power. King Royal is exactly what the culture needs. Hip Hop”

— — King Royal

FONTANA, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, December 10, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — King Royal speaks truth as he creates a higher standard for Hip Hop. The entrepreneur is a California native from The IE (Inland Empire, CA) with an eye on the future. He is a storyteller, with a lyrical vehicle that defies genre as he glides between categories to engage listeners in a journey with stark variances in cadence, verbiage and beats to seduce ears with the beauty of sound and the mind with realities of an out-of-control world. The eclectic artist is articulate with precision language and street with the visceral beats that engage and include demographics beyond devotes to segments of the music industry. As a producer and lyricist his choice of precise language enchants growing audiences, blowing away all genre labels and the inherent skepticism between styles. Thought-provoking universal themes devour lines that divide styles with image and beats venturing into R&B smooth to recapture attention with drill music’s sharp beats that grab attention. His goal is to focus on inspiring others to manifest their dreams and believe on a higher level of life. His quest is to deliver meaningful bodies of work. Substance must balance music, creating his unique deliverance of the unmistakable King Royal Hip Hop sound. The purpose is to encourage rap culture to be Hip Hop again with the heart and passion of upwardly mobile audiences with dreams.

King Royal has a natural business savvy, discovered, and fostered by his father/business partner at a young age. King Royal has positioned himself to cultivate his legacy, inspire hope into his generation through black excellence and continue to propel the spirit of Hip Hop. He studied the iconic greats like Tupac, Lil Wayne, Jay-Z, Drake, Rick Ross, and Kanye West to blend his own style. At 16, he released his first mixtape, “Total Royalty”, which inspired his second “Total Royalty II” and gave birth to his drive to go beyond entertainment and sound to create a platform for words that need to be spoken. When he dropped the video “War In The Streets”, leading to the release of the album, the response confirmed his destiny. The next years were spent completing a degree in Business Administration, Minor in Marketing.

An entrepreneur to the core, he concentrated on building his brand, including a fashion line, honing skills in his music and business practices to ensure success. He learned the importance of purchasing and owning the barcode. He removed all projects from streaming platforms to secure ownership of the barcodes. He concentrated on his message embracing emotions, family issues, social ills and all common threads that unite or divide mankind. Disappointed in media coverage of The IE he chose to elevate regional awareness. He built his empire and shared his pride in the IE, a California hidden gem, as a prominent part of his journey.

“I want others to know that I was birthed from the seed of hustlers, however I made a choice to seek higher learning, an education, understanding that knowledge is power. King Royal is exactly what the culture needs…..Hip Hop”. King Royal

Performances in Denver, Los Angeles, Florida, Philly, Houston, and Vegas to be announced.

Royal and Troy James Ivery crafted a strategy to build a brand designed to uplift and inform. From Total Royalty clothing and merchandise to music, Royal Diamonds Entertainment, LLC, is built to encourage and inspire generations needing role models. For information regarding King Royal and Royal Diamonds Entertainment LLC., contact TROY JAMES IVERY at 909 587-8205, royaldiamondsmusic@gmail.com.

Sheryl Dolley
Royal Diamonds Entertainment, LLC
+1 949-981-2225
adolleycat@gmail.com
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KING ROYAL speaks truth as he creates a higher standard for Hip Hop
I want others to know that I was birthed from the seed of hustlers. I made a choice to seek an education, understanding that knowledge is power. King Royal is exactly what the culture needs. Hip Hop”— — King RoyalFONTANA, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, December 10, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — King Royal speaks truth as he creates a higher standard for Hip Hop. The entrepreneur is a California native from The IE (Inland Empire, CA) with an eye on the future. He is a storyteller, with a lyrical vehicle that defies genre as he glides between categories to engage listeners in a journey with stark variances in cadence, verbiage and beats to seduce ears with the beauty of sound and the mind with realities of an out-of-control world. The eclectic artist is articulate with precision language and street with the visceral beats that engage and include demographics beyond devotes to segments of the music industry. As a producer and lyricist his choice of precise language enchants growing audiences, blowing away all genre labels and the inherent skepticism between styles. Thought-provoking universal themes devour lines that divide styles with image and beats venturing into R&B smooth to recapture attention with drill music’s sharp beats that grab attention. His goal is to focus on inspiring others to manifest their dreams and believe on a higher level of life. His quest is to deliver meaningful bodies of work. Substance must balance music, creating his unique deliverance of the unmistakable King Royal Hip Hop sound. The purpose is to encourage rap culture to be Hip Hop again with the heart and passion of upwardly mobile audiences with dreams.

King Royal has a natural business savvy, discovered, and fostered by his father/business partner at a young age. King Royal has positioned himself to cultivate his legacy, inspire hope into his generation through black excellence and continue to propel the spirit of Hip Hop. He studied the iconic greats like Tupac, Lil Wayne, Jay-Z, Drake, Rick Ross, and Kanye West to blend his own style. At 16, he released his first mixtape, “Total Royalty”, which inspired his second “Total Royalty II” and gave birth to his drive to go beyond entertainment and sound to create a platform for words that need to be spoken. When he dropped the video “War In The Streets”, leading to the release of the album, the response confirmed his destiny. The next years were spent completing a degree in Business Administration, Minor in Marketing.

An entrepreneur to the core, he concentrated on building his brand, including a fashion line, honing skills in his music and business practices to ensure success. He learned the importance of purchasing and owning the barcode. He removed all projects from streaming platforms to secure ownership of the barcodes. He concentrated on his message embracing emotions, family issues, social ills and all common threads that unite or divide mankind. Disappointed in media coverage of The IE he chose to elevate regional awareness. He built his empire and shared his pride in the IE, a California hidden gem, as a prominent part of his journey.

“I want others to know that I was birthed from the seed of hustlers, however I made a choice to seek higher learning, an education, understanding that knowledge is power. King Royal is exactly what the culture needs…..Hip Hop”. King Royal

Performances in Denver, Los Angeles, Florida, Philly, Houston, and Vegas to be announced.

Royal and Troy James Ivery crafted a strategy to build a brand designed to uplift and inform. From Total Royalty clothing and merchandise to music, Royal Diamonds Entertainment, LLC, is built to encourage and inspire generations needing role models. For information regarding King Royal and Royal Diamonds Entertainment LLC., contact TROY JAMES IVERY at 909 587-8205, royaldiamondsmusic@gmail.com.Sheryl Dolley
Royal Diamonds Entertainment, LLC
+1 949-981-2225
adolleycat@gmail.com
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Mr.Bullet unveils intriguing Anthemic & Uplifting Reggae Single “Pritipriti” which is capturing the music lovers’ minds

Mr.Bullet lyrics are direct, honest, and authentic

The song is uplifting for freedom of choice and freedom to live”

— Mr.Bullet

VILNIUS, LITHUANIA, December 10, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — “Mr. Bullet” is a unique reggae singer with exceptional singing skills and he is also a writer, sailor, consultant based in Lithuania. He has created a stir in the entertainment industry. Mr.Bullet already has a variety of releases under his belt and a long list of collaborations to his name. As a contemporary artist, Mr.Bullet is creating innovative music that is at the cutting edge of the scene. His style blurs the lines between the warmth of old-school reggae and the creativity of the modern scene.

He studied languages and has Masters degree in Education from Vilnius University. In a civic life Tomas Staniulis (Mr. Bullet) works as a consultant and gives lectures on Communication Theories, Organization development, and Education. “In my personal life I have three main passions – sailing, literature and reggae”, says writer Tomas Staniulis, who published his book “The Prince of Winds” internationally in 2015 (“Amazon”).

Mr. Bullet started composing and recording his original music at a young age. The songwriting and performance process were a liberating way to express his thoughts, feelings, and ideas. He grew up and found music as a way out emotionally and mentally. Ever since he discovered his natural talent he has been honing and developing his craft. Now, he is an accomplished lyricist and composer. There’s no denying that he is now at the height of his game.
He is well known for his upbeat reggae music that has a strong lyrical flow. There is also an edge to his compositions that really makes him stand out in the industry. His lyrics are direct, honest, and authentic and they delve into his life and his personal insights. It’s impossible to listen to the artist’s lyrics and not find them relatable and true.

This season, the passionate Mr. Bullet brings to the table a classic reggae, Hot EP! The song is about migrant crisis, refugees, holy herb, one love and resistance to the system.
“In Lithuania and Poland there’s a huge problem of migrants from Belarus, the regime is using humans as bullets. This can’t prolong, so the song is uplifting for freedom of choice and freedom to live”, says Mr.Bullet.

To listen to his song visit spotify or check the official YouTube video: https://youtu.be/eknrIrp8nZU
While talking to the media Mr. Bullet was quoted saying“I’m native Lithuanian, but I respect #reggae culture, so decided to write a song in Jamaican English”

He also shared #PRITIPRITI lyrics :

Howdeedoo? – Priti-Priti! – JAH, deedoo!
Howdeedoo? – Priti-Priti! – JAH, deedoo!

Watta nice surprise! Watta yah gung dong?
Raggamuffin run di jam inna all day long
Mi no runna inna live, seh say „So long“
Dem fi donna wanna fight dem di Babylon

Priti-Priti! – JAH, deedoo!
Howdeedoo? – Priti-Priti! – JAH, deedoo!

I de Vilnius comsa, I de Lituania
Rasta voice proms fi ya nutten ganja
Mi no have nuff complain bout dis song
Rastas keep inna jail dem so long

Priti-Priti! – JAH, deedoo!
Howdeedoo? – Priti-Priti! – JAH, deedoo!

Dis music‘s much hotter than known DJ’s
Chop wood, carry water – di very blown day
If yuh wanna fi support, be Irie contact
Praise JAH, I&I provide ya contract

Priti-Priti! – JAH, deedoo!
Howdeedoo? – Priti-Priti! – JAH, deedoo!

For updates, one can visit www.patreon.com/MrBullet.

Tomas Staniulis
Tomas Staniulis
+370 685 18451
tomas@integrity.lt
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Mr.Bullet lyrics are direct, honest, and authentic
The song is uplifting for freedom of choice and freedom to live”— Mr.BulletVILNIUS, LITHUANIA, December 10, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — “Mr. Bullet” is a unique reggae singer with exceptional singing skills and he is also a writer, sailor, consultant based in Lithuania. He has created a stir in the entertainment industry. Mr.Bullet already has a variety of releases under his belt and a long list of collaborations to his name. As a contemporary artist, Mr.Bullet is creating innovative music that is at the cutting edge of the scene. His style blurs the lines between the warmth of old-school reggae and the creativity of the modern scene.

He studied languages and has Masters degree in Education from Vilnius University. In a civic life Tomas Staniulis (Mr. Bullet) works as a consultant and gives lectures on Communication Theories, Organization development, and Education. “In my personal life I have three main passions – sailing, literature and reggae”, says writer Tomas Staniulis, who published his book “The Prince of Winds” internationally in 2015 (“Amazon”).

Mr. Bullet started composing and recording his original music at a young age. The songwriting and performance process were a liberating way to express his thoughts, feelings, and ideas. He grew up and found music as a way out emotionally and mentally. Ever since he discovered his natural talent he has been honing and developing his craft. Now, he is an accomplished lyricist and composer. There’s no denying that he is now at the height of his game.
He is well known for his upbeat reggae music that has a strong lyrical flow. There is also an edge to his compositions that really makes him stand out in the industry. His lyrics are direct, honest, and authentic and they delve into his life and his personal insights. It’s impossible to listen to the artist’s lyrics and not find them relatable and true.

This season, the passionate Mr. Bullet brings to the table a classic reggae, Hot EP! The song is about migrant crisis, refugees, holy herb, one love and resistance to the system.
“In Lithuania and Poland there’s a huge problem of migrants from Belarus, the regime is using humans as bullets. This can’t prolong, so the song is uplifting for freedom of choice and freedom to live”, says Mr.Bullet.

To listen to his song visit spotify or check the official YouTube video: https://youtu.be/eknrIrp8nZU
While talking to the media Mr. Bullet was quoted saying“I’m native Lithuanian, but I respect #reggae culture, so decided to write a song in Jamaican English”

He also shared #PRITIPRITI lyrics :

Howdeedoo? – Priti-Priti! – JAH, deedoo!
Howdeedoo? – Priti-Priti! – JAH, deedoo!

Watta nice surprise! Watta yah gung dong?
Raggamuffin run di jam inna all day long
Mi no runna inna live, seh say „So long“
Dem fi donna wanna fight dem di Babylon

Priti-Priti! – JAH, deedoo!
Howdeedoo? – Priti-Priti! – JAH, deedoo!

I de Vilnius comsa, I de Lituania
Rasta voice proms fi ya nutten ganja
Mi no have nuff complain bout dis song
Rastas keep inna jail dem so long

Priti-Priti! – JAH, deedoo!
Howdeedoo? – Priti-Priti! – JAH, deedoo!

Dis music‘s much hotter than known DJ’s
Chop wood, carry water – di very blown day
If yuh wanna fi support, be Irie contact
Praise JAH, I&I provide ya contract

Priti-Priti! – JAH, deedoo!
Howdeedoo? – Priti-Priti! – JAH, deedoo!

For updates, one can visit www.patreon.com/MrBullet. Tomas Staniulis
Tomas Staniulis
+370 685 18451
tomas@integrity.lt
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The Indonesia Pavilion Showcases Products from the Good Design Indonesia Award Winners at the Expo 2020 Dubai

Good Design Indoensia’s Winners product become a magnet for visitors at Indonesia Pavilion

DUBAI, UAE, December 10, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Expo 2020 Dubai event opens up a golden opportunity to showcase various local Indonesian products to the world. Today, reaching the 9th week of establishment, the Indonesia Pavilion will introduce original Indonesian products from the Good Design Indonesia (GDI) award winners through the full support of the Ministry of Trade (Kemendag). Multiple GDI products will be exhibited through the Rolling Exhibition inside the Indonesia Pavilion Night Market area. In order to stimulate business players to develop their products, both to increase the commercial value of their products and increase export opportunities, the Ministry of Trade is committed to making innovative breakthroughs in developing designs, packaging, and products from various Indonesian businesses. This commitment was then realized through the Good Design Indonesia (GDI). This award is a manifestation of the Ministry of Trade’s commitment to developing export products by improving the design and quality of export products across the archipelago. On the other hand, the GDI program also provides market access to business opportunities for Indonesian designers and exporters to the global market.

“The Expo 2020 Dubai event opens up opportunities for Indonesian businesses to showcase a variety of quality local products that are ready for export. Taking into account that trade activities are the main driving force of Indonesia’s economy, even in the midst of the current pandemic. Many Indonesian business players produce various quality products with a number of things that still need to be addressed accordingly. One of them is in terms of product design to packaging. This is where the Good Design Indonesia (GDI) award comes to improve the quality of product designs, which will later affect the quality of local products for export. This is an effort by the government, in particular, the commitment of the Ministry of Trade to continue to make innovative breakthroughs,” said Didi Sumedi, Director General of National Export Development, Ministry of Trade.

Good Design Indonesia is a very special event for awarding the best designs on a national scale from business players and designers across the archipelago, especially for Indonesian business players who happen to be connected with G-Mark Japan, thus helping to realize their places in the global market. This award offers market opportunities or business opportunities to boost the nation’s economy through the growth of non-oil and gas exports. Through this award, the Ministry of Trade will provide opportunities for business players to conduct exhibitions through business forums and business matching abroad. These products are also equipped with a permanent display facility at the foreign trade representative office (Indonesia Trade Promotion Center/ITPC). At the 2021 GDI award (23/11), 427 Good Design Indonesia registrants with 296 products passed the judging panel from 18 product categories covering handicrafts, home décor, architecture, to business models.

Through the GDI award, business players will be given the opportunity to explore their respective product designs. These products are then contested to be best selected in order to compete with foreign products outside the country. The Good Design Indonesia award has three judging awards, namely GDI of the Year, GDI Best, and GDI. The product categories involved in the GDI program range from accessories, medical devices, stationery, children’s toys, kitchen and household equipment, home furniture, musical instruments to sports and travel equipment, transportation, service applications, media content, and social projects.

As a prestigious annual appreciation to superior product designs in Indonesia and award event, the Ministry of Trade has organized the GDI program five times over the past years. GDI is expected to boost Indonesia’s economic recovery and make an outstanding contribution to achieving Indonesia’s non-oil and gas export performance target of 6.3 percent this year. On the other hand, apart from targeting export growth, the Ministry of Trade is also mandated to produce 1,500 export SMEs per year. The 5 product categories that succeeded in scoring awards at the GDI award must be innovative, novel and commercial in value, export-oriented, and positively impact society.

The Expo 2020 Dubai event became one of the places to introduce Indonesia’s superior products, especially for the United Arab Emirates market. There are 16 products from the GDI winners, which will be exhibited through the Rolling Exhibition at the Indonesia Pavilion. The products displayed include home decor products made from bamboo, stationery equipment, fashion products such as bags, shoes, watches made out of ebony, and transparent electric masks. Out of the many products exhibited, the transparent electric mask had proven to be very popular among others as the pandemic conditions make many people inseparable from wearing masks. Equipped with a fan motor that has two-speed settings, users will be much more comfortable breathing with this particular mask. In addition, this mask also uses transparent material to ease communication with other people without losing facial expressions.

The GDI program is already held over five times since 2017 by the Ministry of Trade, which aims to open up golden opportunities for business players to further hone their creativity in terms of product design. This also opens up opportunities for unique local products to go international to be no less competitive with foreign products. Various local Indonesian products displayed in the Indonesia Pavilion are also products with high quality and attractive designs, proven helpful for users, “concluded Didi Sumedi, Director General of National Export Development, Ministry of Trade.
Correspondingly, by getting the opportunity to be exhibited at international events, GDI’s previous products have also received many international awards. As in August this year, six products won the GDI Best predicate from the GDI award, which have won the Good Design Award (GDA) or G-Mark in Japan. GDA is an international design award organized by the Japan Institute of Design Promotion (JDP).

This proves that Indonesian products have been able to compete internationally. The implementation of the GDI program every year is expected to be a driving force in moving the trade sector and stimulating business players in Indonesia to continue to innovate and penetrate the global market.

Media Liaison Officer
Indonesia Pavilion
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Good Design Indoensia’s Winners product become a magnet for visitors at Indonesia Pavilion

DUBAI, UAE, December 10, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Expo 2020 Dubai event opens up a golden opportunity to showcase various local Indonesian products to the world. Today, reaching the 9th week of establishment, the Indonesia Pavilion will introduce original Indonesian products from the Good Design Indonesia (GDI) award winners through the full support of the Ministry of Trade (Kemendag). Multiple GDI products will be exhibited through the Rolling Exhibition inside the Indonesia Pavilion Night Market area. In order to stimulate business players to develop their products, both to increase the commercial value of their products and increase export opportunities, the Ministry of Trade is committed to making innovative breakthroughs in developing designs, packaging, and products from various Indonesian businesses. This commitment was then realized through the Good Design Indonesia (GDI). This award is a manifestation of the Ministry of Trade’s commitment to developing export products by improving the design and quality of export products across the archipelago. On the other hand, the GDI program also provides market access to business opportunities for Indonesian designers and exporters to the global market.

“The Expo 2020 Dubai event opens up opportunities for Indonesian businesses to showcase a variety of quality local products that are ready for export. Taking into account that trade activities are the main driving force of Indonesia’s economy, even in the midst of the current pandemic. Many Indonesian business players produce various quality products with a number of things that still need to be addressed accordingly. One of them is in terms of product design to packaging. This is where the Good Design Indonesia (GDI) award comes to improve the quality of product designs, which will later affect the quality of local products for export. This is an effort by the government, in particular, the commitment of the Ministry of Trade to continue to make innovative breakthroughs,” said Didi Sumedi, Director General of National Export Development, Ministry of Trade.

Good Design Indonesia is a very special event for awarding the best designs on a national scale from business players and designers across the archipelago, especially for Indonesian business players who happen to be connected with G-Mark Japan, thus helping to realize their places in the global market. This award offers market opportunities or business opportunities to boost the nation’s economy through the growth of non-oil and gas exports. Through this award, the Ministry of Trade will provide opportunities for business players to conduct exhibitions through business forums and business matching abroad. These products are also equipped with a permanent display facility at the foreign trade representative office (Indonesia Trade Promotion Center/ITPC). At the 2021 GDI award (23/11), 427 Good Design Indonesia registrants with 296 products passed the judging panel from 18 product categories covering handicrafts, home décor, architecture, to business models.

Through the GDI award, business players will be given the opportunity to explore their respective product designs. These products are then contested to be best selected in order to compete with foreign products outside the country. The Good Design Indonesia award has three judging awards, namely GDI of the Year, GDI Best, and GDI. The product categories involved in the GDI program range from accessories, medical devices, stationery, children’s toys, kitchen and household equipment, home furniture, musical instruments to sports and travel equipment, transportation, service applications, media content, and social projects.

As a prestigious annual appreciation to superior product designs in Indonesia and award event, the Ministry of Trade has organized the GDI program five times over the past years. GDI is expected to boost Indonesia’s economic recovery and make an outstanding contribution to achieving Indonesia’s non-oil and gas export performance target of 6.3 percent this year. On the other hand, apart from targeting export growth, the Ministry of Trade is also mandated to produce 1,500 export SMEs per year. The 5 product categories that succeeded in scoring awards at the GDI award must be innovative, novel and commercial in value, export-oriented, and positively impact society.

The Expo 2020 Dubai event became one of the places to introduce Indonesia’s superior products, especially for the United Arab Emirates market. There are 16 products from the GDI winners, which will be exhibited through the Rolling Exhibition at the Indonesia Pavilion. The products displayed include home decor products made from bamboo, stationery equipment, fashion products such as bags, shoes, watches made out of ebony, and transparent electric masks. Out of the many products exhibited, the transparent electric mask had proven to be very popular among others as the pandemic conditions make many people inseparable from wearing masks. Equipped with a fan motor that has two-speed settings, users will be much more comfortable breathing with this particular mask. In addition, this mask also uses transparent material to ease communication with other people without losing facial expressions.

The GDI program is already held over five times since 2017 by the Ministry of Trade, which aims to open up golden opportunities for business players to further hone their creativity in terms of product design. This also opens up opportunities for unique local products to go international to be no less competitive with foreign products. Various local Indonesian products displayed in the Indonesia Pavilion are also products with high quality and attractive designs, proven helpful for users, “concluded Didi Sumedi, Director General of National Export Development, Ministry of Trade.
Correspondingly, by getting the opportunity to be exhibited at international events, GDI’s previous products have also received many international awards. As in August this year, six products won the GDI Best predicate from the GDI award, which have won the Good Design Award (GDA) or G-Mark in Japan. GDA is an international design award organized by the Japan Institute of Design Promotion (JDP).

This proves that Indonesian products have been able to compete internationally. The implementation of the GDI program every year is expected to be a driving force in moving the trade sector and stimulating business players in Indonesia to continue to innovate and penetrate the global market.
Media Liaison Officer
Indonesia Pavilion
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