Creative Enterprise Week 2014


Setting up a new business can be a daunting task. Luckily there are an abundance of workshops (including our very own LBB Pop-Up School) to help guide you on your way.

Nov 17-21 is the launch of University of the Arts – Creative Enterprise Week 2014. We’re pleased to have partnered with UAL to bring you more LBB talks and workshops. And with our creative agency hat on, we’ve also had the pleasure of designing this year’s branding.

See below for the LBB sessions and visit the site for the full timetable. Places are free for UAL grads and alumni.

Sell yourself: self-promotion and marketing

Date: Tuesday 18 November 2014
Time: 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm
Location: RHS Centre, London College of Fashion

To be a success in the creative world you need to promote yourself, your brand and your work. Whether looking for clients, customers or commissions, people need to know about you. This panel discussion explores some of the techniques, and how you can convert this essential skill to money.

This event is run by Student Enterprise and Employability (SEE) with Chainy and Let’s Be Brief (LBB)

The creative entrepreneur: from idea to success

Date: Tuesday 18 November 2014
Time: 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Location: Room 203, High Holborn

Creatives are natural entrepreneurs – after all, having ideas is part of their makeup. But there are millions of creative business ideas out there – what will make yours stand out from the crowd? Hear successful creative entrepreneurs share their stories, and find out what you need to do become the next big thing.

This event is run by Student Enterprise and Employability (SEE) and Let’s Be Brief (LBB). Sspeakers include The Dots.

LBB Pop-Up School talk & closing party: Panel discussion with past Enterprise Week winners

Date: Friday 21 November 2014
Time: 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Location: Room C303, Central Saint Martins

Since winning their Creative Enterprise Award, just what have the UAL graduate entrepreneurs been up to? And how have their businesses moved on? Find out who is living the dream. Join us in a panel discussion with a selection of past CEW winners, hosted by LBB’s Steph McLaren-Neckles to find out what’s it’s really like to run your own creative start-up.

This event is run by Let’s Be Brief (LBB)

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