Proptech startup Antwork is celebrating its second anniversary by deconstructing the e-commerce, makers and underground music industries at its workspaces in Spears, Beirut, on April 18.
“Deconstructivists taught us that reality can be different, when we see it differently. They taught us that in order to immerge with a better reality, we’d have to deconstruct our current one, break it down enough to find out what is working and what is not, and capitalize on both,” says Antwork in its announcement.
Dekonstruction, which PR amplification was handled by Tell(tale), will gather industry players for panel discussions tackling issues like why e-commerce hasn’t yet caught up with global markets, the potential of grassroot platforms (i.e. platforms that focus on the people of the region or community for political and economic movements) on industrial makers, the stance of the Lebanese underground music industry compared to the region and the world, the challenges that homegrown artists are facing and what is needed from our community to overcome them.
What would be a celebration without actual fun? Antwork concludes the evening with a party featuring DJs, live bands and cocktails.