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Samsung Offers ‘Day Of Note’ For Budding Innovators

Samsung has partnered with General Assembly for a new initiative titled ‘Day of Note’, where budding entrepreneurs and innovators participate in workshops and events focusing on productivity, innovation, and creativity.

Days of Note, which is also being supported by a number of Samsung’s agency partners, is designed to “demonstrate Samsung’s commitment to improving lives through meaningful innovation”, the company said in an announcement.

The program offers a selection of short courses and over 130 hours of free training over the course of a month.

Commenting on the programs launch, Samsung Electronics Australia Marketing Director Danielle Palmer said, “by working closely with our partners we’ve been able to develop a unique program that helps up-skill 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.”

Participants will be invited to three events hosted by leading influencers such as Ronnie Kahn, Founder & CEO at OzHarvest, and Adam Jacobs, Co-founder and Managing Director of The Iconic as they discuss topics such as tips for scaling and growing businesses and on increasing productivity.

Positions for each Days of Note session are limited and more information is available at https://www.daysofnote.com.au/.


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