Leaders of creative businesses are faced with a changing and evolving industry in an often fast-paced environment. Therefore Creative England are running an exclusive programme in Manchester called “Effective Leadership for Creative Businesses”. This two-day mini MBA, set over two months targets business leaders in the Film, TV and Games industry. They will learn how to adapt as well as succeed against the uniquely complex challenges of the creative industries. Below are the details of the programme.
Effective Leadership for Creative Businesses
- For business leaders of film, television and games companies
- The cost for participation is £100 (this has been subsidized by the Creative Enterprise programme)
- Dates you must be available: Tue 2 April and Fri 3 May
- Location: Manchester Art Gallery
- Led by PressurePoint
- Application only
People development agency PressurePoint will lead Effective Leadership for Creative Businesses. Participants will learn how to identify and isolate the main problems facing their business and develop strategies to find solutions.
Applicants must have:
- A base in the English regions outside London
- A relevant track record in the film, TV or games industry
- Ambitions for company growth and a clear vision for your business
- Also, a business proposal that includes storytelling through creative content
Application deadline is 5pm Sunday 24 March. However, spaces are limited to 12 companies.
About Creative Enterprise
Creative Enterprise is an ongoing national programme. It brings together companies who work in moving image for storytelling, spanning film and television as well as games and technology, to build meaningful connections and create opportunities for business growth. Creative Enterprise therefore will provide expertise and training to future-proof the next generation of moving image companies. This is through exclusive events and bespoke workshops led by industry leaders and mentors. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for enquiries.
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