The agency launched the call for its workshop “The Creative Enterprise Program” that focuses on strengthening the abilities of young creators.
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The British Council launched its call for The Creative Enterprise Program, a three-day workshop that will take place in the city of Guadalajara in March and May. Its objective is to strengthen young entrepreneurs who have a business in the early stages with particular emphasis on creative industries.
This initiative is organized by the British Council in collaboration with the Government of Guadalajara, Digital Creative City and the Innovation and Design Promotion Council in the city of Guadalajara.
This is a program developed by Nesta , the innovation fund of the United Kingdom and is taught within the framework of the Creative Collective initiative.
The workshop will be intensive and will focus on young people learning to implement design methodologies and generate links with other entrepreneurs. In this way, at the end, participants will be able to develop their business model in detail, present their idea in a pitch and recognize the value of their project.
Among the requirements are between 18 and 35 years old, have an intermediate or advanced level of English and a project designed, in process of execution with up to two years in the creative industry.
If you want to participate you must complete the online form . It is important to mention that one project will be registered per person and in case of being collective a representative will be appointed.
In addition, the British Council will cover accommodation, food and transportation expenses to Guadalajara from those selected. If you want to know more you can enter the contest page .