Due Date: May 31, 2019
Applications are open for the British Council Creative Business Program– East Africa 2019 The Creative Business Program is a four-day useful workshop that gears up innovative business owners with the tools and understanding they require to be successful.
Professional facilitators, along with regional market experts, will offer in person assistance to assist business owners check out service concepts, establish their service proposal, and develop a service design that matches their hopes and inspirations. This interactive program brings Nesta’s Creative Business Toolkit to life, and utilizes a mix of useful workouts and activities that have actually been created particularly for the program.
Through the 4 days, individuals check out essential methods to:
- comprehend the foundation that explain and will form their service chance
- determine and much better comprehend clients, and check out how business will work and grow
- imagine the primary parts of business and unite the crucial elements of a service strategy.
All individuals of the CEP should:
- Be an innovative service, operating in the pertinent innovative market– fiction and nonfiction authors, editors, publishers, reporters, film writers, scriptwriters, illustrators, graphic authors, comic artists, playwrights, blog writers and poets
- Have actually a currently developed business or remain in the later phases of establishing a concept. This is normally a service no greater than 2 years of ages however can be a more recognized service wanting to stop briefly and consider their design through the CEP lens
- Want to share their understanding and experience with the group in an open, encouraging peer lead knowing environment
- Come prepared to deal with their business/idea, to advance through the program, thinking about peer feedback, to reinforce their proposal
- Be open to supporting fellow individuals in establishing their concept through supplying useful feedback when suitable
- Be offered for the complete period of the program
To learn more, check out British Council Creative Business Program