School for Creative Startups business support programme + exhibition opportunity, October 2014 – May 2015, London, deadline: 1 October

School for Creative Startups help creative people build startups by offering interactive courses aimed at delivering  the necessary know how to set up a business.

School for Creative Startups London offer a variety of educational and support programmes and are now calling for applications from all kinds of businesses from across the creative sector, at all different stages of development. There is no age, location, race or gender preference.

All programmes are designed by creative entrepreneurs to teach and empower those with existing creative businesses, as well as those who dream of turning their part-time hobbies, market-stall businesses or freelance work into a full-time way of life.

The part-time programmes run from October to May, providing 13 full days of training and activities, one-to-one staff support and membership to an online community on how to create a business plan, legal and logistics, pricing, financial management, communicating your business, web and social media, negotiating and much more.
You’ll also receive peer support from your network of classmates.

The course ends in May with the Makegood Festival, where selected students create their own pop-up shops for press, buyers, investors, VIPS and the public at large.

Students will be selected based on the combined strength of their application and interview. Admission is on a rolling basis, meaning the sooner you apply, the sooner you could be accepted.

The course fee is £3,000 and different payment plans are available as well as a limited number of scholarships and bursaries that fund part or all of the course fee.

Deadline: Wednesday 1 October. Spaces will be filled on a rolling admission basis, so may be filled before the deadline.

For more information and to book visit School for Creative Startups

 

 

 

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