Inside India’s creator economy: The past, present, and the future

We're all set to flag off Day 1 of YourStory's Creators Inc event, slated for February 11 and 12, and we're raring to go! Catch action-packed conversations with Tanmay Bhat, Ashish Chanchlani, actor-singer Shruti Haasan, hunger saviour Ranveer Brar and more, on day 1 of Creators Inc!
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For better or for worse, gone are the days of Coach Kabir Khan urf Shahrukh Khan's "sattar minute" (70 minutes), the "zindagi ke sab see khaas sattar minute". Fame is capricious today, and not just in the sense that it's ever-fleeting, but also because it's for such a small moment in time — 30 seconds to a minute on Instagram — that it's almost transient in the bigger scheme of things.

So, how do you create a lasting impression? How do you, for that small, evanescent moment in time, make an impression on a bored someone, doomscrolling at 2 am, big enough for them to do a doubletake and come back for more? 

In a world filled with a billion video cameras and even more videos and photos, how do you stand out, command a loyal audience, and build a community?

And finally, how do you not only play the content creation game but also ace it?

That's the essence of what we, at YourStory, have tried to get at in our very first edition of Creators Inc event — a flagship conference that brings together the multiple facets of content creation, right from people that enable the creation of content, to people that finally create the content.

We're all set to flag off Day 1 of YourStory's Creators Inc event, slated for February 11 and 12, and we're raring to go! Catch action-packed conversations with Tanmay Bhat, Ashish Chanchlani, actor-singer Shruti Haasan, hunger saviour Ranveer Brar, and more, on day 1 of Creators Inc!

Sign up for Creators Inc here.


The Interview

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Edited by Kanishk Singh

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