Samsung calls on Aussie entrepreneurs

To upskill and empower.

Samsung has partnered with General Assembly to develop a series of workshops and events that give Australians access to a selection of short courses designed to help unleash productivity by offering over 130 hours of free training.

With the support of agency partners Leo Burnett, The Projects, We Are Social and Edelman, Days of Note has been designed to give consumers quick, snackable skills they can learn to kick-start ideas, passion projects or side hustles.

The workshops will feature over 60 individual points of interest across a month-long program, which has been designed to empower people with the information, resources, and space they need to transform ideas into reality.

Samsung Electronics Australia marketing director, Danielle Palmer said Samsung is dedicated to helping Australians achieve more than they ever thought possible.

“By working closely with our partners we have been able to develop a unique program that helps upskills Australian entrepreneurs, demonstrating the benefits our mobile technology has on their hectic lives. Our Days of Note program will empower the next generation of Australian startups to defy their own barriers to progress to do what they can’t.”

Starting from September 10, Days of Note’s bespoke workshops will run twice daily from Monday to Saturday at the Days of Note Hub within WeWork offices in Sydney’s Pyrmont.

The workshops will cover ‘Success in the digital age’, ‘Design thinking 101’, ‘From problem to prototype’, ‘How to win at UX’, ‘Content marketing workout’, and ‘Introduction to coding’.

Participants will be invited to three events hosted by leading influencers including OzHarvest founder and CEO, Ronnie Kahn The Iconic co-founder and managing director, Adam Jacobs.


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