Creative Bubbles x Start-Ups

Gemma Colley

Creative Bubbles x Start-Ups

Posted in Development

Designed to provide the knowledge, confidence and inspiration to feel informed enough make the leap to self-employment, each Bubble brings together five like-minded individuals to share their hopes and fears of running a creative business.

The Format

Creative Bubbles are facilitated by an experienced Creative Business Leader. Every participant will get the opportunity to discuss their thoughts, ask questions and gain insights from others. Bubbles are split into four, one-hour online sessions:

Full details and application here:

Session 1.

Starting out – visualising what your business might look like and what you need to think about.

Session 2.

Putting yourself out there – getting your proposition right, your audience and setting the right tone.

Session 3.

Keeping going – the process and practise of running a creative business.

Session 4.

A 1-2-1 feedback session on your initial plan including Q&A with your facilitators.

Entry Criteria
  • You must be based in West Yorkshire.
  • You are currently employed, unemployed, a student or a recent graduate
  • You are interested in setting up a creative business.
  • You are required to keep a log of your progress and learnings post-sessions.

Event dates:

Choose from:
June 2024. Bubble x Start-up. Group 1
1st Session Tuesday 4th June
2nd Session Wednesday 5th June
3rd Session Thursday 6th June


July 2024. Bubble x Start-up. Group 2
1st Session Monday 01st July
2nd Session Tuesday 02nd July
3rd Session Wednesday 03rd July

Event taking place at: On-line

Cost: N/A

Fee: N?A

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