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Creative Sector Discovery Session 7th June


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The Creative State North West hosted a Discovery Session for Creative Businesses in Donegal, Leitrim, Mayo, Roscommon & Sligo, on June 7th 2012 …

The Creative State North West hosted a Discovery Session for Creative Businesses in Donegal, Leitrim, Mayo, Roscommon & Sligo, on June 7th 2012

This slideshow contains the running order for the event plus the key stages of participation in 4CNW vouchers is outlined.

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  • 1. Welcome Today’s Running Order2. Proof PanelThe Power of Creative Partnerships - Nesta Creative Credits Scheme• Dr. Judy Scully, Aston Business School, Aston University, Birmingham• Ian Henry, Sizzle Media, Creative Credits Case Study7. 4CNW in Detail• Mary McAuliffe, 4CNW Programme overview• Aoife Flynn, How to Register11. Speed Pitching Workshop• Sally Brazier, CEOSTRA, UK
  • 2. Expert Forum on Innovative Creative Industries Policy Learning PlatformAwareness raising Information service and guidance Concrete Concrete Concrete action I action II action III Public-private Public-private Public-private partnerships on partnership on partnership on vouchers for access to finance cluster excellence innovation & cooperation support
  • 3. MISSIONTo improve the competitiveness of theNorth West region by strengthening itscapacity for innovation through linkingCreative Industries with Business,Creative Industries with each other, andCreative Industries with appropriatepublic bodies
  • 4. HOW DOES IT WORK?4CNW BUSINESS INNOVATIONSUPPORT PROGRAMME5 STAGE PROCESS: • Register • Shortlisting • Get Linked • Collaborate • Evaluate
  • 5. REGISTRATIONSTAGE 1:Register on our Creative Directory• Download and complete application form• Eligibility criteria and FAQ’s• Registration open from June 7th ongoing• Deadline for Talent Voucher Round 1 27th July 2012
  • 6. SHORTLISTINGSTAGE 2:• An Expert Independent Panel will review registrations by Creative Businesses (the supply side) along with applications from target industries (the demand side).• Shortlist up to 10 Creative Challenges• Applicants notified by Friday 7th September 2012
  • 7. MATCHMAKINGSTAGE 3:• Creative Business who meet the selection criteria and are registered on the Creative Directory will be invited to attend a Match Making Event on Thursday 20th September 2012• Those who were not eligible can get feedback from the team
  • 8. COLLABORATIONSTAGE 4:• At this stage your creative skills will have been matched with a successful client industry challenge and you’ll begin a two month collaboration on an agreed project.• Induction Training for successful projects on the 2nd October 2012
  • 9. EVALUATIONSTAGE 5:You evaluate and feedback…• 1/1 Interview with member of Project Team• Complete a short report on the project• Attend a closure session with other Talent Voucher participants
  • 10. EXAMPLESCreative Supply Industry Demand Web Designer Film Maker Tourism Photographer Jeweller Life Sciences Fashion Designer Visual Artist Theatre Practitioner Agri-food Ceramicist Architect Technology
  • 11. 4CNW: A 6 Stage Business Support Programme S