Creative Social: Networking for Socially Conscious Businesses

28th May 2020 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
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Meet other socially conscious creatives and find out how collaboration can benefit your business.

About this Event

This event will bring together creative, socially conscious businesses to share ideas, find support and look at ways that you can collaborate to raise the profile of your business during and after the lockdown. We will start the session with a facilitated panel discussion, but then open it up to the wider group. The session would have no more than 20 people to make sure genuine connections are created.

The discussion will cover:
Why collaboration is important
Nurturing collaborative relationships
How collaboration helps raise your online profile
The benefits of collaborating during lockdown

Who is it for?

This workshop is aimed at creative SMEs that are Social Enterprises, social entrepreneurs, enterprising charities and other purposeful businesses committed to enabling positive social and environmental impact, including; photographers, artists, musicians, designers, marketeers and film makers.

This session will be limited to under 20 people to facilitate good discussion and strong connections for collaboration.

The Panel

The speakers will share their personal experiences, and provide advice and ideas on how to use collaboration to grow your business.

Our keynote speaker is Jeremy Spafford, Director of Arts at the Old Fire Station, which is a support hub for the eScalate programme. The Old Fire Station is a public arts centre that presents new work across art forms to support artists, and helps people facing tough times.

For more information about the eScalate programme , visit

Please note that this webinar is part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and is delivered as part of the eScalate programme to help SMEs. By engaging in this programme you are being offered assistance under the De Minimis regulation which allows a company to receive up to but not exceeding €200,000 of public funding (at the applicable exchange rate) of De Minimis aid over a rolling three-tax year fiscal period. This de minimis declaration does not cover undertakings engaged in: the primary production of agricultural goods and fisheries/aquaculture, road freight, services of general economic interest and export related activities and activities favouring domestic over imported goods. Please note, support cannot be given to undertakings (businesses) in difficulty. In order to receive support from this programme, you will be required to complete an application form and other relevant documentation.


28th May 2020
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
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