Working with the tried and tested "Creative Enterprise Toolkit" by the British innovation body NESTA, this practical four-day course helps creative minds to plan, shape, communicate, launch, and lead their new creative business. It is also suitable for freelancers and practitioners who wish to renew their existing creative business with fresh energy, ideas and entrepreneurial skills.
How can you make a living from your creativity? And how do you go about setting up a creative business and making your business work? How do you lead your creative business successfully?
Based on tested methods from the “Creative Enterprise Toolkit” by the British innovation bodies NESTA and learning from the Cultural Leadership Programme this compact entrepreneurship training will help you turn your creative ideas into a successful business.
Sessions cover key business issues such as business drivers, intellectual property, blueprint and relationship modelling, contracts, marketing and key financial and leadership concepts, which are then will be put into practice in group activities and individual exercises. A high level of group interactivity will create opportunities to share perspectives and experiences as you will develop your business propositions and creative leadership.
Workshop sessions including lectures, group discussions, international case studies, exercises and individual work as well as experimential group activities and informal peer support
Freelancers, self employed creatives and creative entrepreneurs who want to turn their creative idea into viable businesses (commercial and non profit); employees or owner/directors of existing businesses who want to develop and implement innovative ideas. Please submit a short summary of your own start-up business/creative business idea together with your application.
Ulrike Müller is a highly experienced creative business consultant and executive coach based in Berlin. Combining more than 20 years of management and consultancy experience in London and Berlin she has developed an extensive client portfolio ranging from creative start-ups to established businesses across the sector. Ulrike holds a degree in music, an MBA from Henley Business School and is a qualified a systemic coach. She is also a certified Action Learning Facilitator and member of the Institute of Leadership and Management in London.