Added to Creative Stoke, 26th Sept 2009Posted: September 26, 2009
Added to Creative Stoke today:
Last Thursday the head of the Creative Advantage Fund announced a new £1 million round of investment in the West Midlands creative industries. CAF has so far invested over £1.3 million in small and medium sized enterprises in the creative economy. The Fund’s objective is to bridge the “equity gap”, addressing the reluctance of banks to provide risk capital to small firms in the creative sector. The Fund is now actively seeking investment opportunities in our region, in the range £75,000 to £150,000. Any small or medium sized West Midlands-based creative industries firm with a strong business proposition should contact the Creative Advantage Fund now at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Stoke-on-Trent’s British Ceramics Biennial has a… “limited number of bursaries available upon application to cover full attendance as a conference delegate” to the Ceramic City: Design & The Public Realm conference (9th October 2009, with site visits on 10th October). To ask for a free place, please write a letter supporting your application and explaining how the conference might benefit your continuing professional practice and send it as soon as possible to Jeremy Hunt at Art & Architecture journal: email@example.com
Job: Do you want to train as a BBC journalist? The BBC are looking for 15 exceptional people to train as… “the broadcast journalists of the future”. You’ll be trained in online, TV and radio — via a mix of face to face sessions, online learning, and work placements around the British Isles. The BBC pay you a salary, and you’ll be mentored by a senior BBC journalist. Deadline: 7th October 2009. Interested? Full details are available here.