Opportunities for young creative practitioners and creative entrepreneurs to acquire and broaden first-hand knowledge and skills for the future business initiatives.
In order to support to the growth of the Creative Economy in Vietnam, British Council collaborates with Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the Investment & Trade Promotion Centre of Ho Chi Minh City to organize a four-day Training Programme for Creative Entrepreneurs in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City. The programme has been successfully implemented in various countries worldwide by the leading innovation organization Nesta from the United Kingdom.
Attending the Training Programme, creative entrepreneurs are defined as young people with creative idea/initiatives who start their business and young creative entrepreneurs trading up to 24 months. They should work in any of creative industries, including advertising, architecture, arts and antiques, crafts, design, designer fashion, film and video, leisure software, music, performing arts, publishing, software and computer services, television and radio.
Percy Emmett, a highly experienced specialist trainer and strategist in all areas of creative and cultural industries from the United Kingdom, will be the trainer in the Programme. With the extensive experience with setting up and running creative businesses building annual income of £1.7m, he is an expert in business development and mentoring from idea to setup, as well as change management covering all aspects of personal and professional skills, business diagnostics, business planning and finance.
During four days, participants will have a chance to enroll on four sessions:
- Listening and Values Modelling
- Customer profiling & Future Evidence Modelling
- Financial and Relationship Modelling
- Drivers, Business as a Promise and Blueprinting
These aims will enable them to explore their idea and its viability and to enhance leadership, business planning, relation building, resources managing, marketing and financial skills.
You can download Nesta Creative Toolkit from the links below