Pop Bottle’s Class of 2020 #SchoolOfEvents Competition

Through the Pop Bottles School Of Events, followers have been given a few, tricks, tips, and cheat codes to help them along their eventing journey. And Pop Bottles think it’s time to put your skills into practice! Through the Pop Bottles School Of Events, many important aspects have been covered that help makes any event a success; whether you’re the organiser, performer, or vendor.

From the importance of Music Marketing with Channel O Marketing Manager Jade Leaf, all the way to Tips For Better Stage Performances with Nadia Nakai. Pop Bottles also had some time to speak to Yfm DJ, DJ Sabby, who right after interviewing Pop Bottles Founder and Managing Director DJ Dimplez, offered to share some expert advice for aspiring Radio DJs.
It was during DJ Dimplez’s interview with DJ Sabby, that we uncovered how experts were picked to work with the School Of Events. DJ Dimplez mentioned that they worked with experts who Pop Bottles has not only personally worked with before but also know through industry connections. However, to make the School Of Events as interesting as possible they thought of incorporating experts who are relatable, genuine, and have aspirational journeys.
Yet, what would the School Of Events initiative be without giving its class members the opportunity to put everything into practice? And so, for followers who think they’ve got a knack for planning epic events, big or small and would like to get into the industry, Pop Bottles is offering to journey along with them. One lucky winner could stand the chance to win an event sponsorship package to the value of R120,000.00. To enter, followers must submit any of their dopest event concepts to soe@popbottles.co.za and they could win a sponsorship support package courtesy of Pop Bottles, Red Bull and Yfm.

For T&C’s visit www.popbottles.co.za and keep a lookout on all of Pop Bottles’ social media platforms for further details.

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