Third Culture Collective (TCC) is the student-driven initiative of the BA (Hons) Advertising & PR class of 2021 at the University of West London.
Online PR News – 30-March-2021 – London, UK – The global pandemic has adversely affected small to medium sized enterprises (SME) across the country.
Multi-award-winning Ad & PR students from the University of West London have formed what they are calling the Third Culture Collective to organise virtual workshops to support these businesses, as well as other affected communities.
The workshops will focus on helping SME businesses boost their social media presence by providing tips on how to better manage their digital marketing efforts.
Third Culture Collective (TCC) comprises emerging advertising and public relations strategists and creatives with experience in various other areas of online and offline communications. They are an inclusive and diverse group of future graduates from different backgrounds that bring together cultures and create innovative and authentic content. TCC is a student-driven initiative that wants to make a difference in the creative industry.
The workshops will be held on the following days:
• 22nd of April 2021 – 4 PM (GMT) – Simple steps to a kick ass social media strategy.
• 6th of May 2021 – 4 PM (GMT) – Boost your creativity and elevate your social media content.
To sign up and see a detailed agenda of the workshops, click the link:
Visit http://www.thirdculturecollective21.com to find out more about Third Culture Collective and their initiatives, including their graduation event where they will showcase an educational video about Third Culture as well as host a virtual gallery. The website also features a blog targeted at SMEs, where next-generation creatives and strategists share their knowledge and experience.
About Third Culture Collective:
Third Culture Collective (TCC) is the student-driven initiative of the BA (Hons) Advertising & Public Relations class of 2021 at the University of West London. TCC is committed to inclusivity and diversity in the creative industry and beyond. They are much more than final year students; they are a diverse group from different backgrounds that bring together cultures and creates innovative and authentic content.