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Pramod Sawant, the Goa chief minister, officially opens the two-day immersive festival for digital stars in 2023.

Creators United, India’s first and largest experimental influencer event for your favourite content creators, launched with a grand opening ceremony on January 15 in the Novotel Goa Dona Sylvia Resort in South Goa after months of planning for one of the biggest events of the year. The two-day event, which Pinkvilla and Mad Influence organised, honours content producers from a variety of fields, including gaming, lifestyle, vlogs, stand-up comedy, gastronomy, travel, tech, fashion, and more. Dr. Pramod Sawant, the honourable chief minister of Goa, and Rohan Khaunte, the government of Goa’s minister for tourism, information technology, printing, and stationery, attended the gala dinner.

Dr. Pramod Sawant gave the content producers some words of support. “Goa has developed into a true hub for new-age innovation, a location where concepts can germinate and grow. So, at a time when Goa is really starting to come into its own as a centre of technological brilliance, it is a true delight to have content producers like you with us who are such a vital part of this newly growing digital ecosystem. Your efforts and influence will not only promote our state’s natural splendour and rich culture, but they will also assist our economy expand and prosper, the chief minister remarked.
“Creators United is a novel notion for all of us,” said Shri Rohan Khaunte. I briefly spoke with each artist. Goa has a population of 1.5 million people, and this room has a following of around 850 million. There are 400 times as many people in one room as there are in Goa. At this current stage of the technology revolution, influencers are quite important. I believe the journey as a whole has begun to go. They did an excellent job of putting everyone under one roof, Nandini, Karan, and Gautam.

Pinkvilla’s founder and CEO, Nandini Shenoy, said that this genuinely feels like a full circle in Pinkvilla’s life. “It has been an amazing 16-year adventure to bring people together through the power of widely available digital material. It seems incredible to witness the creators’ economy’s tremendous expansion over the past several years as one of the industry’s first digital participants in India. It is undoubtedly a unique period in history for India’s developing digital economy, with limitless opportunities for remarkable growth, added Nandini.

“As we stand on the threshold of a new era of digital innovation, we are more certain than ever that online content is the key to defining the future,” said Mukul Kumar Sharma, COO of Pinkvilla. the future of communication, business, entertainment, and even life as we know it. We and Mad Influence jointly created Creators United 2023, India’s first and largest immersive content event, in this spirit.

Mad Influence’s founder and CEO, Gautam Madhavan, gave a speech outlining the event’s purpose. To give our sector a huge boost, we at Creators United have selected the most fascinating experiences for the most influential digital voices influencing today’s culture. This event promises to be one of a kind with an award show honouring the best and brightest in our industry, networking sundowners, exclusive content zones, music, wellness and mindfulness activities, brand collaboration efforts, and much more, said Gautam.

The ultimate goal of this power event is to offer the most exciting and engaging environment for all of you, said Karan Sawhney, Festival Director of Creators United. One where you may interact with colleagues, gain knowledge from business experts, and take part in the most inventive events. Because it really is all about collaboration, collaboration, and more collaboration, as Gautam remarked.

Co-Founder of ReelStar Nick Bahl also spoke on stage. Along with sharing his enthusiasm for the development of the digital sphere, he also revealed his intention to introduce the app to the Indian market in March of this year.

The occasion also featured some well-liked performances. While the stage was lit ablaze by the champions of India’s Got Talent, Divyansh and Manuraj, Agrita Dhawan, well known as “Agsy,” rapped enthralling songs. Among the famous people that attended this event were Anubhav Singh Bassi, Karan Singh, Gaurav Kapoor, Aakash Gupta, Aadil Khan, Shyam Sharma, Dhruv Shah, Jannat Zubair, and Ayaan Zubair. The attendees had a blast at the Sundown carnival that followed the opening ceremony.

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