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Real-life connections and face-to-face interactions are coveted opportunities for many millennials in today’s digital world. Instead of merely scrolling through everyone else’s highlight reel on social media, studies show that millennials are investing in experiential activities.

Launched in 2018, the Foreground Summit provides creatives and founders of color with a safe space to network, develop their skills, and learn how to connect with brands and foster partnerships. Beyond inspiration, the summit promises to offer a diverse group of entrepreneurs tangible takeaways that can be immediately applied to creative work.

The upcoming two-day summit, which kicks off Tuesday in Washington, D.C., was created by Tamon George and Gary Williams, Jr., who initially launched Creative Theory, a multicultural marketing agency that seeks to amplify voices of color through storytelling.


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