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G Technology Launches 'Creatathon' Event

G Technology Launches 'Creatathon' Event - G Technology is launching a very special event, which it would like you to be part of!

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G-Technology is launching the 'Creatathon'.

The Creatathon aims to encourage talent and engagement in the creative industry. The event is taking place in conjunction with a number of creative professionals in photography, film and music.

The event is currently looking for participants to take part in a one day challenge on Wednesday 18th July 2012. The event is happening simultaneously in London and Berlin, and is a creative marathon. The group will come together to co produce an amazing piece of content, all in aid of charity.

G-Technology is inviting aspiring photographers, film-makers and musicians to The Future Gallery in London to collaborate on high quality content that will benefit a local charity, Film & Video Workshop, that provides training and facilities for filmmakers and animators.

The event will take place from 12pm to 12am. During the 12 hour period, there will be food, drinks, free Wi-Fi and technical equipment, including G-Technology premium external hard drives, available to ensure attendees have whatever they need, so they can focus on their craft.

If you would like to be part of this amazing event, click here to sign up.

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