Meta announces the campaign Creators of Tomorrow. The goal is to highlight global talents who are creating original and quality content. From all over the world come the names of 150 creatives, 10 of which are Italians. Among them there is also ours Fjona Cakalli!
Meta presenta i Creators of Tomorrow
They come from Europe, the Middle East, Africa. And creatives from many other countries will soon be joining. People who engage their audience with unique and unpublished digital content, people who make their passion a profession.
Ben 150 Creators of Tomorrow, which Meta wants to highlight because it knows that they have an important future ahead of them (here the complete list). Among these are ben 10 names of Italians who have shown their talent also in the eyes of Meta, as well as of many fans.
Maybe we will be biased, but we can only start talking about Fjona Cakalliwhich after having conceived Games Princessthe first Italian site dedicated to video games run exclusively by girls, has launched Tech Princess.
Together with our Fjona there are Aya Mohamed e Sumaia Saiboub, which tell their own aesthetic, deeply rooted in their origins. Or Eugenia Longowhich demonstrates creativity and the ability to accept oneself every day.
And then they are the food creators Supersonic food, which recount healthy and plant-based culinary experiences. Or Chiara’s Cakerywho has made pastry his life mission. Macy Fancy gives us a unique look at black beauty, the Paralympic swimming champion Arianna Talamona it turned the disease into an opportunity.
Francesco Shipped gives us his drawings, made with different techniques and Ceppelandvideomaker specialized in visual effects, offers unique experiences.
Meta explains that in the coming months there will be initiatives with this incredible range of talents. In particular, in Italy there will be one masterclass to explain how to tap into creativity e use it on Meta’s social platforms. And all the Creators of Tomorrow will meet at the EMEA Creator Week, to be held for the first time in November in London, at the iconic Tate Britain.
To find out more, you can find the official website here.