Samsung Days of Note program for ambitious Aussies

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Samsung has partnered with General Assembly to offer free Days of Note workshops for the next generation of Australian innovators and career-seekers.

Samsung is rallying behind ambitious Australians by encouraging them to take Days of Note, which will see them participate in one or more series of workshops and events that champion productivity, innovation, and creativity.

Workshops focus on giving Aussies quick, snackable skills to help kick-start their ideas, passion projects, or side hustles.

The workshops will feature over 60 individual points of interest across a month-long program, which has been designed to empower people with the information, resources, and space they need to transform their ideas into reality.

Danielle Palmer, Marketing Director, Samsung Electronics Australia said

We know Australians are risk-takers and will do what it takes to chase their dreams. In the best way, Aussies are an ambitious and competitive bunch, who are determined to stay ahead of the game. That’s why we’ve partnered with General Assembly to develop Days of Note’s upskilling workshops.

To remain competitive, it is now more critical than ever to cultivate a diverse range of skills. This dedication to expanding abilities is what will create the Australian success stories of tomorrow.

Samsung says Days of Note is designed to give Australians an edge, no matter where they work. Not unlike its Galaxy Note9 that acts as a mobile studio with its outstanding power, advanced Bluetooth-powered S Pen, and all-day battery life

Ryan Meyer – Senior Regional Director, APAC – General Assembly said

“General Assembly is proud to partner with Samsung to bring a custom curriculum to help thousands of Australians working on the front lines of the modern economy move themselves forward

Days of Note – now until 4 October.

Bespoke workshops will run daily from Monday to Saturday at WeWork’s offices at 100 Harris Street, Pyrmont, Sydney. The sessions cover ‘Success in the digital age’, ‘Design thinking 101’, ‘From problem to prototype’, ‘How to win at UX’, ‘Content marketing workout’, and ‘Introduction to coding’.

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Also, participants can attend three keynote speaker and panel events hosted by leading Australian entrepreneurs:  Ronni Kahn, Founder & CEO at OzHarvest; and Adam Jacobs, Co-founder and Managing Director of The Iconic. They will cover how to launch a side hustle, productivity hacks and tips for scaling and growing a business.

Talent involved in Days of Note program

  • Danielle Palmer, Marketing Director, Samsung Australia
  • Miriam Wood, GA Instructor and Mindset & Performance Coach
  • James Frankel, Group Product Manager, Canva
  • Michael Chetner, Head of Zoom ANZ
  • Dean Swan, Head of Enterprise, Dropbox
  • Michelle Duval, CEO & Founder, Fingerprint for Success
  • Emma Sharley, GA Instructor & Co-founder and CEO at Shop You
  • Ronni Kahn, founder CEO of Ozharvest
  • Miriam Wood, GA Instructor and Mindset & Performance Coach
  • Megan Bromley head of employee experience at Hotels Combined
  • Adam Jacobs: Founder of the ICONIC
  • Fred Schebesta, Co-founder,

Positions for each Days of Note session are limited, to find out more or register for a workshop or event visit here.

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