Creative Enterprise in Ukraine is delivered by local Nesta-certified facilitators. Participants are selected via open call. One training session can accommodate up to 25 people.
Participants should come from business or startups in any of the following sectors: publishing, design, fashion, crafts, architecture, visual arts, music, performing arts, film, radio/TV, photography, video games, digital media, festival management, creative hubs, IT solutions for cultural/creative initiatives, etc.
It is recommended that participants are either established entrepreneurs with no more than 2 years of experience, or people at a pre-trading stage, with a creative idea which they wish to turn into a business.
Until September 18 British Council is accepting applications for Creative Enterprise Ukraine that will take place in October in Ivano-Frankivsk, Odesa, Kyiv and Lviv. Training sessions are delivered by Ukrainian Nesta-accredited facilitators. The last training day is covered by PwC representatives.
Ivano-Frankivsk: October 8 – 11 (all sectors of creative economy) – in partnership with Teple Misto.
Odesa: October 9 – 12 (all sectors of creative economy) – in partnership with Impact Hub Odessa.
Kyiv: October 23 – 26 (performing arts sector) in partnership with Izone. Please mind that open call is open only for participants from performing arts only.
Lviv: October 30 – November 2 (all sectors of creative economy) – in partnership with PPV Knowledge Networks.
Participation is free of charge. Participants will be asked to cover an organizational fee of UAH 600. Lunches should be organized and covered by participants. Training lasts four full days, from 9 A.M. till 5:30 P.M.
For more information on program and methodology visit the British Council website.
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