African fashion isn’t something in vogue – it’s a style becoming popular at a steady pace and is here to stay for long in the fashion world

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Its impact is being felt everywhere around the world and on everyone – from celebrities to fashionistas. Women, especially, are looking at African prints and designs for inspiration to give their wardrobe a makeover.

https://africanfashiononlineclothing.wordpress.com/2020/09/17/why-the-world-is-falling-in-love-with-african-fashion

One idea might be to have an influencer talking to thousands of customers but then give one viewer the chance to win a one to one session with the influencer

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This could be a great viral opportunity for your viewer if that spread news about their experience.

https://conferwith.io/knowledge-base/omnichannel/one-to-one-or-one-to-many-in-video-shopping

At best, these infographics can point one toward donation links, organizations to support, and ways to stay up to date on issues

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At worst, they can be breeding grounds for misinformation, spread under the clever guise of peony pink and Helvetica lettering. Indeed, these infographics haven’t been immune to controversy. Accounts like the infamous Sudan Meal Project “charity accounts” have been under fire due to false donations claims. With a lack of transparency on where funds will be allocated or what organizations they are affiliated with, the users behind these scam accounts expose themselves as nothing but viral opportunists, preying on well-intentioned users eager to share their support.

https://lithiumagazine.com/2020/09/14/unpacking-the-instagram-infographic-industrial-complex

After taking to Facebook one evening, Dr. Soliman had the inclination to start a group looking for others in her industry like her

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She found 1000 initial connections who identified with her altruistic mission of reforming an industry and grew that group to 35,000 and created a 501c3 around the group called Pharmacist Moms Group

https://disruptmagazine.com/how-this-entrepreneur-has-taken-her-skill-sets-in-pharmacy-to-found-the-largest-organization-in-the-united-states