Spike Island is working with The Guild (Coworking Bath), Knowle West Media Centre, UWE Bristol and Watershed to support creatives across the West of England to make a sustainable living from their ideas.
We are each offering residency opportunities with free space and a package of business development support. By bringing together expertise from fine art to fabrication to creative technology, we are better equipped to share resources and provide business development opportunities to the creative sector.
Network for Creative Enterprise enables the group of partners to offer tailored events, workshops and mentoring for individuals and small enterprises to support their business development from the idea stage through to start-up and on to growth.
Contact Elisa Kay at Spike Island if you are interested in this opportunity: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are interested in joining one of the other three hubs please visit their websites and contact:
The Guild: email@example.com
Knowle West Media Centre, The Factory: firstname.lastname@example.org
Pervasive Media Studio: email@example.com
UWE Bristol provide research support to the network. Network for Creative Enterprise is funded by Arts Council England and the European Regional Development Fund.