The Caribbean Entertainment & Cultural Industry Summit is an event aimed at educating entertainers and persons within the cultural industries about the use of social media, information technology, and marketing for global branding.
Minister of Family, Culture, Sports and Youth, Stephen Lashley, will speak on the topic “Government’s Role to Global Synergies for the Cultural Industry”. The event is scheduled to take place at the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Conference Centre, Two Mile Hill, St. Michael, September 14 from 9 a.m to 5 p.m.
CEACIS has been described as an excellent forum for attendees to learn from the best in the industry while creating new opportunities that will assist them in taking their business to a global level.
The Caribbean Entertainment & Cultural Industry Summit will be packed with information from expert speakers who are well versed within their industries, and topics to be covered include: developing a global brand, digital strategies and social media for effective marketing, information technology a must for brand development, mobile apps emerging as a powerful marketing tool, how to create a website into a profit generating business. Entertainer Edwin Yearwood will speak on the topic “Global Focus”.
The event is ideal for entertainment managers, entertainers, promoters, music and cultural industries producers, entertainment and cultural entrepreneurs, film industry students, artists and fashion designers.
“CEACIS will be an excellent forum for attendees to learn from the best in the industry while creating new opportunities that will assist them in taking their business to a global level and also expose new entrants within the industry to global marketing,” the organisers said.