New Delhi, March 2(ANI): TC3, the third edition of ‘The Coalition,’ a festival of creativity will return to Delhi with 30 curators, 300 speakers, 11 streams and hundreds of new ideas at the Talkatora Stadium from March 4th -March 6th.
The Coalition brings India’s creative community together under one roof with the aim of fuelling the next wave of creative ventures in the country. TC3 will showcase a variety of brilliant ideas through sessions, workshops, panels and networking events. The festival also offers plenty of opportunities to unwind with live performances by musicians, comedians and special screenings.
Founded by Only Much Louder and Do One Thing two years ago, The Coalition started off as a boot camp for freelancers, entrepreneurs, students, professionals and other aspirants who wanted to transform their ideas into a business.
“For us, The Coalition goes beyond a just a platform showcasing creativity; it serves as a hub for inspiration, one that generates ideas, innovations, new technologies and creative visions that drive progress. It’s time we stopped thinking of the term ‘startup’ as just something related to digital platforms and IT,” said Vijay Nair, CEO, Only Much Louder.
With a continued endeavour to build a strongly-networked creative community, the festival will provide tangible tools and resources to the creative entrepreneur through some of the world’s most respected entrepreneurs, designers, brands and visionaries.
TC3 kicks off with a day-long series of focused sessions with industry experts from distinct streams including design, publishing, journalism, hospitality, fashion, makers, gaming, art and photography, music, comedy, content creation and social media hosted across different cultural centers in Delhi.
TC3 will also host workshops and business clinics that will support budding creative entrepreneurs by offering advice from key mentors and funders. The festival will host power-packed panel discussions exploring social impact of the arts and content creation, thus, encouraging unique perspectives and motivating creative exchange.(ANI)