The community of creators in India is growing hugely and they are spread across all social media platforms. As this generation is all about taking unconventional jobs rather than conventional or in other words, they make different career choices and oppose taking up conventional jobs, it is of no surprise that 61 percent of Generation Z are creators.
They passionately try to convert their hobbies into full-time careers. Seeing all these, HP is launching an exclusive new community for creators, named HP Creator’s Garage to enable emerging creators in this exciting journey.
The launch of the new ENVY portfolio (ENVY 14 &15) is going to fulfill the emerging demands of content creators today. Supporting the initiative further, HP has also just released a short film featuring true-life incidents of people, who have accomplished their dreams with the help of the power of technology.
The famous Mumbai-based rapper and Hip-hop star, Divine is featured on the title track of the short film. The Title has been named ‘Kuch Karne Ka’, and the track is in alliance with Gully Gang Entertainment.
It tells the stories of creators who strive so hard and use technology and their laptops for a greater purpose.The community of Creator’s Garage is going to guide the young and emerging creators to learn from experts all over India, demonstrate their skills with other creators, and collaborate with them.
There are going to be 200 pieces of content included in the learning community to help the creators upskill, venues to share ideas and thoughts with others, and regular events and challenges in which all creators can take part.
With this, HP will serve the needs that are not generally met by the creators, which essentially include learning new skills, cooperating on new ideas, and continuously improve oneself.HP has also invited well-known Indian creators from across the spectrum, that includes Youtube content creators Be YouNick and Sejal Kumar, podcasters Yahya Bootwala, Anshh Mor, Varun Duggirala, graphic designers such as Aniruddh Mehta and Alicia Souza.
The Creator’s Garage also has a connection with platforms like FrontRow, which provide courses co-created with popular celebrities like Bollywood singer Neha Kakkar, stand-up comedian Biswa Kalyan Rath, music composer Amit Trivedi and many more.