HydInstaMeet is back with another reason to celebrate Instagram!! With all that fresh buzz surrounding IGTV, don’t you think we should get together and understand what’s the big deal? And even if you don’t give a damn about what IGTV is, well, it’s still a good chance to meet Instagrammers and understand why we are so crazy.
And so, we cordially invite you to be a part of “The Round Table Conference on IGTV” (which is just a fancy name for a Group Discussion) which will be held this Sunday.
What is HydInstaMeet?
It’s a networking platform for Instagrammers of Hyderabad to connect, learn and feel okay to want to click photos at every opportunity. Infact, we encourage making stories during our meetings. 😀
After successfully organizing 3 events in the past, this time, we have teamed up with “@UKInIndia (British High Commission)” to conduct a Group Discussion at the British Council Library.
What is IGTV?
IGTV is Instagram’s answer to YouTube. Or may be not? Perhaps they wanted us to share videos longer than just 60 seconds. Is that a good thing or bad? Will it take over YouTube? Can we make money using it? We don’t know. But we will get together and find out!
We have invited Thought Leaders, who know their Social Media Game to share their thoughts on IGTV; and we have invited Andrew Fleming – the British Deputy High Commissioner to India.
Who are the thought leaders?
- Ammar Kanchwala – TheWandererFoodies
- Anshul Sinha – International Filmmaker
- Nehal Kaza – Visual Story Teller
- Naveen Indrasena Reddy – Award-winning Cinematog
But our main Guest of Honour is YOU! Because your ideas and your questions will make us understand IGTV through and through and lol at the wackiest of views! Even if you don’t know anything about Instagram, don’t you worry. It would just mean that you will be the one who’ll end up learning the most AND you might even walk away with some fancy prizes from ITC Kohinoor. (Whaaa???? Really?!!)
Welcome to the Dark Side of HydInstaMeet. We have Chai and Samosa.
Date: 15th July, 2018 [Sunday]
Time: 1500 Hours to 1800 Hours
Venue: British Council Library, Road Number 36, Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad [Google Map]