The BCU Students attended the ‘Creative Enterprise Week’ (December 2013) training programme, developed by Nesta UK and Percy Emmett for creative entrepreneurs. The programme is aimed to enable individuals to explore their idea and viability, whilst progressing the development of their individual skills for setting up and running a creative enterprise.
Students and Participants explored the relationships they and their business needed to survive in the dynamic marketplace. They were able to identify the different types of relationships they will need to develop for your product or service to be successful. Throughout the workshop, individuals developed a greater sense of vision, clarity and enthusiasm for starting, developing and running their own creative business that is aligned with their specific core values.
Listen to Benjamin White (MA, Future Media Pro) talk about his personal experience about the workshop.
Download the Nesta Enterprise Resource Toolkit that contains tried and tested methods for teaching enterprise skills to creative individuals who are thinking about setting up a business.
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