Future Creative Network launches the ‘Slaughterhouse’ program to sharpen the creativity of young Indonesian talents
Future Creative Network (FCN) Jakarta, in collaboration with the educational platform Hatching Academy, launched an intensive program called “Slaughterhouse.” In this program, 33 selected participants are challenged to come up with 20 different ideas every week based on the creative brief. Every week, three participants will be eliminated and leave only one winner who will earn the title of ‘Master Butcher’ and bring home the grand prize, Vespa Primavera.
Hundreds of creative ideas submitted by participants will be judged by experts and award winners in the advertising industry at the global level, such as Ivan Hadywibowo, Leonard Wiguna, Erwin Santoso, and many more. This program is specifically made to elevate the creative capabilities and raise the standards within the advertising industry in Indonesia.
“Persistence is what it takes to be the best in this industry. This program is designed to hone the creativity of anyone from any background – not limited to creative children, but accounts, strategists, or even those who come from financial backgrounds can also join this program,” said Ivan Hadywibowo, founder and CEO of Future Creative. network.
The name “Slaughterhouse” was inspired by the butchers who have a lot in common with creative minds. Where both of them have a strong drive to produce the best work to meet the needs of customers, and require a great deal of persistence to reach the highest level of proficiency in their respective fields.
FCN believes the program can help stimulate young creative minds to achieve excellence and be appreciated by awards at prestigious national and international creative events. FCN has also been known as the home of many award-winning talents and has been the Agency of the Year at Citra Pariwara, Indonesia’s prestigious creative festival, three times since the company was founded in 2016.