Creative Bedfordshire Conference

09/02/2015

 

Creative Bedfordshire Conference

09/02/2015

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Join us for a day of practical peer-led business support and networking. Spend a day on your own business, meet like-minded people and future collaborators.

THIS EVENT IS NOW CLOSED FOR BOOKINGS

Thursday 26th March, 10am – 2pm, Bedford. Spend time nurturing your own creative business and choose from six practical workshops on public speaking, making design choices, PR, social media and business planning. We will be joined by representatives from Velocity Business Support and Royal Opera House Bridge, Sandra Dartnell from Make Design Happen, Tom Barwood of Likeminds Consulting, Emma Garrett of Emma Garrett Social Media Services, Paul Hutchinson of Hutch PR and Kayte Judge from Bedford Creative Arts. Sole traders, freelancers and businesses of all kinds are welcome to attend. Tickets are just £10 and include lunch and refreshments.

Creative Bedfordshire is a network of creative people and businesses in Bedfordshire and offers regular networking events and professional development opportunities. It is funded by the economic development teams at Bedford Borough Council and Central Bedfordshire Council and is run by Bedford Creative Arts. Follow us on twitter @creativebeds or join our mailing list by emailing info@bedfordcreativearts.org.uk with ‘Creative Bedfordshire’ in the subject heading

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