West Yorkshire Create Growth Programme

Gemma Colley

West Yorkshire Create Growth Programme

Posted in Development

Is creativity at the heart of your business? Design, fashion, architecture, film, broadcast, createch, gaming, immersive, publishing, music, theatre, art, heritage, craft or media? Are you based in West Yorkshire Combined Authority area? Apply for the West Yorkshire Create Growth Programme!

West Yorkshire Create Growth Programme’s purpose is to support companies who are preparing for their investment journey. This activity will be, on average, 2 days a month over a period of 6 – 9 months. By the end of the programme you will have, at minimum, an investment strategy and proposal designed to solicit growth capital. Companies will also benefit from informal discussions with appropriate investors to help shape their investment proposal. We will connect you to a range of investors with experience across multiple sectors, not just creative industries. You will have the opportunity to engage with suitable investors from angels to institutional funds.

The programme will be a hybrid of both virtual and in-person engagements, in-person events will be held within the West Yorkshire region.

This programme is part of the national Create Growth Programme funded by the Department of Culture, Media and Sport.

Please fill in an Expression of Interest form and one of our team will contact you to find out more about your business ambitions!

Visit the main Creative UK website page for more information

Find out more

https://creativewakefield.net/wp-content/uploads/2024/02/West-Yorkshire-CGP-FAQs-1.pdf

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