Creativity and Innovation are vital for any business seeking to be ahead of emerging market trends and offer its clients the cutting edge solutions they expect.
Without creative minds pushing for change, inciting innovation and inventing ideas, organisations would not grow and succeed.
"Over 90% of top CEOs understand that innovation is vital to the growth and profitability of their company." (More)
"Acquiring the right creative talent is "the number one practice" for improving innovation within a company." (More)
"Creativity has become the number one skill companies need." (More)
"The future jobs market will require a higher creativity as part of the candidate’s core skill set." (More)
"Demand for creativity will rise sharply as automation plays a bigger role." (More)
Many businesses struggle recruiting employees that are creative, and yet seldom support creativity education of their future workforce where it is needed most - at the school level.
Partner with us and we will connect you with our high-performing creatives to benefit your company. Our extensive database of our creative young people - from engineers and app programmers, to film artists and designers - is full to the brim with inspiring minds.
We can recommend our most creative and innovative candidates for an internship or employment placement at your company, so you won’t have to sift through hundreds of CVs to discover the creative talent.
Moreover, we can mentor candidates while they undertake their internships at your company to ensure they become a true asset to your organisation.
Set up internship or cash prizes in our renowned international MASK Awards that has global audiences of over 650,000 people.
Name the prizes after your company to promote it nationally and internationally while motivating the nations' young innovation and creativity. And officially award them at our official Award Ceremony attended by government, media and VIP guests.
£2,500 support one facilitator in one school in Kenya for a year
£5,000 provide material supply
£12,000 purchase a 'creativty van' to support our outreach school programme across Kenya
£18,000 produce manuals for creativity in schools that could change a generation’s abilities for innovation
£24,000 will establish a creativity center in Kenya that can bring lasting benefits to many young Africans
In 2019, Unilever (East Africa) joined our mission to support creativity education offering 3-month fully paid internships to the MASK Awards winners. In October 2019, Dani Wijenje,18, (on the photograph) and Jesie Otumba,22, from Kenya received their prizes awarded by Elsie Wandera, CEO, Heroes for Change. During the internships, starting in January 2021, Dani and Jesie will shadow senior directors and work at Unilever’s social mobilization program, Heroes for Change. “Truly inspiring and great to see such a strong impact coming through creativity.” Justin Apsey, Managing Director East Africa, Unilever.
Images on this page by MASK creative talent: Staice Shitanda, William Mukiri