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The 6th annual SEAfrica returns live in South Africa and Botswana

The 6th annual Showbiz Entertainment Africa Conference (SEAfrica) returns live on Saturday, 27 November 2021. Having launched in Botswana in 2019, this year’s hybrid edition, for the first time, is to be streamed live to both the South African and Botswana creative markets. The hybrid conference and virtual exhibition will take place online and at AMPD Studio, Newtown Junction Mall, Johannesburg.

This year’s edition brings a very insightful hybrid FREE event with the theme “Digital Audience Development” aiming to support, strengthen and advance arts marketing and audience engagement skills of industry professionals. The conference will showcase solutions on how to create and retain audiences by keeping up with online trends and new strategies.

“We’re excited for the return of the SEAfrica conference with the critical theme of Digital Audience Development as the entertainment industry navigates the world of COVID and the enormous challenges that it brings with, especially for the creative sector,” shares Peter Sibeko, founder and chairman of SEAfrica.

He adds: “At SEAfrica we believe Every Talent is A Business and look forward to having esteemed facilitators and speakers impart a wealth of knowledge that all sectors of our industry can benefit from.”

SEAfrica 2021 will form part of the Joburg Arts Alive International Festival and is brought in collaboration with Arts Alive and the City of Joburg.

If you’re a progressive creative, you don’t want to miss SEAfrica 2021. Register now for FREE!

Free online registrations: http://eepurl.com/hK6Bmn
Free venue registrations: http://eepurl.com/hK6HeD

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