Tagged with creative businesses

Resource: Crafts Council give 8 tips for fast-tracking your craft career abroad

The Crafts Council’s Talent Development team advises that you have a plan, research your potential buyers, markets and logistics and then prepare your business for the next steps. It sounds relatively straightforward, but exporting takes time and investment. Here is some useful advice to get you started. Read their tips at https://www.craftscouncil.org.uk/articles/thinking-globally-8-tips-for-fast-tracking-your-craft-career-abroad/

Resource: Public Investment Public Gain

Business leaders and celebrities alike have backed the importance of public investment in arts and culture in a new report “Public Investment Public Gain: How public investment in the arts generates economic value across the creative industries and beyond” by the Creative Industries Federation and Arts Council England. The report outlines how public investment into … Continue reading

Opportunity: 3-4 person studio space, Glove Factory Studios, Holt

The Glove Factory currently have a unique 3-4 person studio space available in gated premises with private parking, a managed reception and business support. We’re near Bradford on Avon and only 9 miles from Bath with easy access to mainline trains and the M4. Call Tom on 01225 784080 or email to find out more and arrange a visit.

Resource: Mental Health and Small Workplaces

Mental Health at Work have developed a toolkit focusing on Mental Health for Small Workplaces. It is made up of three modules: Building your awareness Looking after yourself Supporting each other They’re quick, free and easy to access—and they were made in conjunction with the Federation of Small Businesses and employees of smaller organisations across … Continue reading

Resource: Creative Industries Policy and Evidence Centre (PEC) website

The Creative Industries Policy and Evidence Centre have launched their new website. The vision of the Centre is to provide independent research and authoritative recommendations that will aid the development of policies for the UK’s creative industries, contributing to their continued success. The main stakeholders are those in the industry, policymakers, academics and the wider research … Continue reading

Training: Effective Leadership for Creative Businesses

Effective Leadership for Creative Businesses has been designed for business leaders of film, television and games companies looking to succeed in moving image for storytelling through the Creative Enterprise programme, with a limit of 12 spaces. Deadline for applications: Sunday 24th March 2019 Source and more information on Creative England’s website.

Creative Enterprise Lead, PAPER Arts, Bristol

PAPER CIC is a social enterprise set-up 5 years ago to support young aspiring creatives to develop meaningful careers. Through mentoring, work-experience and creative enterprise training our PAPER Arts programmes for 18 – 24 year olds help develop the skills needed to build a career in the creative sector. As a Social Enterprise, an essential … Continue reading