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Launched in October, our Creative Industries Cluster set-up a first social media campaign in the shape of an e-flashmob, showcasing the creative streak of our local creative network.

We are pleased to announce that Quattro Creative Studio, with their collaborative project Treepicker, came out on top as the overall winner. Congrats and you’ll be going to the OFFF conference in Barcelona in April 2020.

 

Check out our re-cap video with the other projects featured during the e-flashmob campaign:

 

 

#Letscollaborate #Creative_LU
Social media campaign produced by Yuzer Group.

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