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Fed Training: Navigating Crises
We will be exploring how to manage a crisis situation effectively and sharing expert advice from Brunswick Arts on the most important things to keep in mind. This training session will be structured in the format of a mock crisis scenario where you will have the chance to consider the roles of different stakeholders and examine how your decisions can impact the crisis timeline as it progresses.
Exclusive event: Deputy Leader of the Labour Party on Brexit and Global Talent
The Creative Industries Federation is delighted to host the Deputy Leader of the Labour Party and Shadow Culture Secretary, Tom Watson MP, at Somerset House for an important speech on the future of the creative industries.
Creative Kickstart - Wakefield Business Support Workshop
Wakefield Council have supported us to bring Creative Kickstart to the city as part of their commitment to investing in Wakefield’s flourishing creative industries. Around 60 creative enterprises from across Wakefield and its surrounding regions will hear from experts and experienced business-leaders on how to value their creative assets, develop a strong business plan, and access the right finance.
Mental Health in the Workplace
The Mental Health in the Workplace event will cover the steps MediaCom has taken so far, its learnings and best practice suggestions in the hope that it’ll help you as you begin, or continue along, your own mental health journey. The event will be interactive, and we encourage guests to share how they are tackling this vital area.
Fed Training: Developing your Product and its Brand
Join ANNA Money and Mastercard at the latest Fed Training session. You have a great creative product or service but how do you get everyone excited about it? A compelling narrative to tell the story of your work can make all the difference when trying to reach a wider audience.
Public Investment, Public Gain Report Launch
Join us for the launch of a new report, Public Investment, Public Gain, within which influential organisations and figures from the creative industries and beyond make the case for the central role that public investment in arts and culture plays generating commercial returns across the economy.
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