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Ghana Design Network 

Our research into the next generation of young people in SSA and the UK tells us that people want:

• Capital to start-up creative businesses of their own

• Business skills training, and peer to peer mentorship opportunities

• Spaces to talk, share concerns, and support each other

We respond to this by offering individuals and organisations training in business and digital skills, networking events, access to new markets, connections to resources and finance opportunities through the Creative Enterprise Programme and Creative Hustle. 

Click on the sections below for more information about the different programme activities and look out for the call for applications.

CREATIVE ENTERPRISE PROGRAMME

The Creative Enterprise Programme delivered in partnership with NESTA is a five-day capacity-building workshop that supports entrepreneurs to establish and grow their businesses.
 
The workshop is a learn-by-doing approach - participants complete the workshop exercises with their business in focus. There are interactive exercises, peer-led activities, guest speakers and time for reflection, all curated for a positive learning environment.
 
The Creative Enterprise Programme is designed for entrepreneurs in the creative industry such as such as advertising and marketing; architecture; crafts; creative hubs; design (product, graphic, interior etc); digital media and gaming; fashion; film, TV and radio; performing arts; publishing and literature; museums, galleries and libraries; music; and visual arts and photography with businesses in the very early stages (0-2 years) who;
  • Have launched
  •  Are in the process of launching
  •  Have a very well-developed business idea and are about to launch.

See training dates below and look out for the call for applications. 

DATE  LOCATION
26 August 2019 Kano (Apply Here)
21 October 2019 Kano
11 November 2019 Owerri
18 November 2019 Kano

 

 

CREATIVE HUSTLE

Creative Hustle is a seminar style event that offers young people aged 18 - 35 the opportunity to gain awareness of the breadth of artistic and non-artistic livelihood opportunities available across creative sector value chains.

Event dates will be announced shortly.