Blerdness as Career Path in Chicago

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Blerdness as Career Path in Chicago

Time: November 13, 2017 from 6pm to 7pm
Location: South Side Community Art Center
Street: 3831 South Michigan Avenue
City/Town: Chicago, IL 60653
Website or Map: http://www.sscartcenter.org/
Phone: 7087041482
Event Type: black, creative, community, talk, at, south, side, art, center
Organized By: Floyd Webb
Latest Activity: Nov 15, 2017

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Ever had an idea that you though would make a great toy or game and did not know how to proceed?
 
Did you ever think about how your Passionate Blerdiness could lead to a sustainable career path?
 
Join us this Wednesday, Nov 15, 6:30pm as Black World Cinema, AfroFuturism849 and South Side Community Art Center host a special event with Vincent Apollo Hopkins, Manager – Global Product Acquisitions at Hasbro Toys
 
He searches the world for the latest innovations and concepts for toys that can become the next big hit.”
 
What path do you need to take to be part of the $54 billion US Toy industry, in face of the reality that the global toy market Surpassed $90 Billion in 2016?
 
Vincent will share his experiences with us and give advice about how to monitize your creative talents in one of the worlds most lucrative markets in the world today
 

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