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Creative Business Roadshow: Bridgend | Pen-y-bont ar Ogwr

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Cost: Am ddim

Overview:

The Creative Business Roadshow is a must-attend event tailored for creatives looking to supercharge their ventures. Whether you're an artist, designer, writer, filmmaker, or any other professional, this event will provide valuable insights, networking opportunities, and free business advice from industry experts.

 

  • Free Business Advice

Industry experts in innovation, development, funding, marketing, and human resources will share their insights on how to improve your creative business.

Experts will be on had to offer one-to-one advice on the latest trends, best practices, funding opportunities and strategies to succeed in today's competitive market.

Bring your questions and challenges to receive personal guidance.

 

  • Networking opportunities

Connect with like-minded individuals, potential collaborators, and mentors within the creative industry.

Build your network over tea or coffee and gain valuable contacts that can help your business thrive.

 

  • Exhibitors

Media Cymru - Offering a supportive and nurturing environment, empowering freelancers and small businesses to thrive in their creative pursuits. We believe in fostering a collaborative atmosphere, providing the essential resources, and creating opportunities to enhance your productivity and profitability,

Centre of Excellence in Mobile and Emerging Technologies - CEMET support businesses with access to R&D, software and hardware development. Working alongside you, CEMET utilises leading-edge emerging technology to create innovative products and services for your business that will shape the future.

LORNA Media - Tasha Cole is the founder of LORNA Media. She is an Independent Business and Digital Marketing Consultant who specialises in one approach to Digital Transformation. She is also a podcast host and content creator. Ask her anything to do with how to market & communicate your business, creating marketing campaigns, social media, and podcasting.

Fig Tree HR - The Home of expert HR support for start-ups and SMEs who want a contemporary approach to people services. They're here to answer your HR queries when you need them and provide you with strategic people solutions that help your business grow. From essential HR documents to bespoke project packages, and everything in between.

Business Wales - Business Wales provides fully funded impartial information, advice, guidance and support for people in Wales that are starting, running and growing a business. Whatever your business challenges, it is likely our extensive expertise and support can help you. From help with HR advice, business planning, carbon reduction and improvements in productivity to help with finance, we have it covered.

Development Bank - The Development Bank's micro loans provide financial support from £1,000 to £50,000 to support businesses with growth and operating costs, supporting them in the roles they play in communities throughout Wales. Micro loan funding can be used in a number of ways, including starting up or expanding your business, boosting cash flow or buying new equipment. The loans are flexible, with repayment terms ranging from one to 10 years.

 

Attendance is free, but registration is required to secure your spot.

 

Don't miss out:

The Creative Business Roadshow is your chance to gain valuable insights, access free business advice, and expand your network within the creative industry. Whether you're a budding artist, an established designer, or a creative entrepreneur, this event is your gateway to success.

Be prepared to be inspired, learn, and network with like-minded creatives who share your passion for turning imagination into business success.

Take advantage of the opportunity to receive free consultations and advice from experienced professionals in various business areas. We look forward to seeing you at the Creative Business Roadshow on June 24th.

 

For more information contact us at mediacymru@townsq.co.uk

Dyddiadau

24 Mehefin 2024, 11:00 - 13:00
Digwyddiad ar-lein

Cost: Am ddim

Termau

We reserve the right to cancel or amend the timings of these sessions at any point up to the stated start time of the session.
 
Delegates may also cancel their booking at any time by following the link in their confirmation email.
 
Delegates are responsible for ensuring that they can access the web site where the training is delivered and for any and all charges incurred during attendance at the session.
 
The delegate acknowledges that all course material, program material or copies thereof are and will remain the property of the training provider and are subject to copyright. It is expressly agreed that neither the delegate nor their sponsoring organisation will copy the whole or any part of those materials without the written consent of the training provider.
 
The training provider accepts no responsibility whatsoever for the use of the EMS by the delegate or their sponsoring organisation as a result of their participation in the training and shall not be liable for any loss or damage arising to the delegate, their sponsoring organisation or any third parties howsoever that loss or damage arises (save that this provision will not exclude liability for death or personal injury arising from the negligence of the training provider).
 
No variation to these conditions shall be binding unless agreed in writing between the authorised representatives of the training provider and the delegate and/or their sponsoring organisation. The delegate and their sponsoring organisation acknowledge that these terms and conditions supersede any written or verbal communication.
 
Permission to Use Testimonial, Photograph and/or Video Images
 
I grant permission to Town Square Spaces Ltd, its representatives and employees, the right to use my testimonial and/or to take photographs and/or video images of me which may be used with or without my name for any lawful purpose, including publicity, illustration, advertising and Web content.
I agree to waive any right to and demand for compensation or other consideration for said rights. No promises have been made to me in exchange for my signature below.
I hereby release Town Square Spaces Ltd, its representatives and employees, from any and all claims for damages, libel, slander, invasion of the right of privacy, or any other claim based on the use of said testimonial, photographs and/or video image.
 
Exhibitors Health and Safety
 
We take our responsibility, as laid out in accordance with the Health & Safety at Work Act 1974, very seriously and it is vital that our Exhibitors do the same. The Health & Safety at Work Act embraces the Exhibition and Conference venues as places of work. As an exhibitor, it is essential that you are aware of your obligations of the Act.
These responsibilities are to ensure, so far as is reasonably practicable, the health, safety and welfare of all employees and any plant, article, substance or system of work, which may be used, are safe and without risk to health.
This includes that all employees and contractors employed by you are provided with information, instruction, training and supervision to ensure the health & safety of themselves and others working, or present, in the vicinity by what they do or fail to do. Main areas which you must give due thought and consideration to before and during your time on site are:
There is an important need to keep walkways clear during build-up/breakdown and throughout the Expo open day.
Only acceptable substances are allowed on-site and full compliance with the COSHH (Control of Substances Hazardous to Health) regulation is required.
Ensure portable power equipment is only used for the purpose for which it is designed, with safety guards and devices fitted and used. Power leads must be kept to a minimum and not cross walkways. Power requirements must not overload the systems. Such equipment must never be left unattended with power supplied to it. Please do not create a floor hazard at any time.
 
Exhibitors Terms and Conditions
 
Alcohol
Any sale or supply of alcohol at the show must be agreed in advance and licensed by the venue. Selling alcohol for consumption at the show is not permitted. Please note that there should be no consumption of alcohol during build up and breakdown. Contact hello@townsq.co.uk to discuss any alcohol requirements.
 
Noise levels & music system
Music and commentary for demonstrations, videos, presentations etc., using music systems such as a Public Address (PA) or AV Equipment etc would require authorisation. Exhibitors must ensure the sound is kept to an acceptable level (below 80 decibels from the edge of the stand) and does not disturb adjacent exhibitors. In case of dispute, the Show Management’s decision will be final. Contact hello@townsq.co.uk to discuss any demonstration requirements.
 
Distribution of promotional material & demos
Exhibitors may only conduct business and distribute literature from within their stand, not in the walkways or outside of the Expo. All activities and demonstrations (e.g. the operation of machines, video and film shows etc.) must be reported in the exhibitor’s Risk Assessment prior to the event and have the approval of the Operations team. Contact hello@townsq.co.uk to discuss any demonstration requirements.

Trefnydd y digwyddiad

Town Square
Town Square Spaces
Fusion House
Caerphilly
CF83 3ED
United Kingdom: Wales


02921 111252
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