With more than seven months being on lockdown, names such as Inka Magnaye, Macoy Dubs, and Marvin Fojas may sound familiar to those who spend time on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and TikTok.
These and more famous content creators and social media influencers are coming together in the biggest gathering of online talents in the country, BaiCon InFest 2020 happening on October 23-24.
Previously celebrated through outdoor convention, this year’s festival is happening online via Facebook Live and Kumu. Selected segments will also air on TikTok.
Since it is a free event for all, fans will get to see and interact with their favorite vloggers like Mikey Bustos, Erwan Heussaff, Inka Magnaye, Wil Dasovich, Ranz and Niana Guerrero, Kimpoy Feliciano, Macoy Dubs, Marvin Fojas, Michelle Dy, Kyo Quijano, and many more.
BaiCon kicks off the weekend with TrueID’s Click Pitch Party, followed by the official launch of BaiCon and the event’s After Hours hosted by Magnaye, Bogart the Explorer, and Gino Quillamor.
On its second day, “space invaders” will host exclusive learning sessions like digital content creation and other digital topics that will help beginners in starting and boosting their channels.
Organized by Creator and Influencer Council of the Philippines (CICP), the event aims to serve as “a platform where creators and influencers could inspire and push other inspiring influencers to share their content creation journey,” said Bea Evardone, CICP board of director member and chief operating officer of Republiq Group of Companies and BAI TV.
Also part of the event is a fundraiser for teachers from the Philippine Public School Teachers Association. The #CreatorsUnitedPH aims to provide digital teaching kits to the beneficiaries.
The CICP’s Spotlight Awards, meanwhile, will give recognition to the achievements and milestones in the country’s content creation and influencer marketing industry.
Register at www.baicon.ph to join.
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