Creative industry finance programme set to help creative and cultural organisations

September 8, 2014 3:25 pm

Creative Industry Finance Logo

Creative Industry Finance, a programme to offer business support and finance to boost the development of cultural and creative industries, is set to launch next month.

The programme launches across England on 23 September 2014 and will offer up to 12 hours of free sector-specific business support for creative enterprises, as well as the opportunity to access loans, starting from £2,500.

Applications will be available online to creative and cultural organisations that have been trading for at least 18 months and are looking for loans to support their growth and development.

Alan Davey, chief executive of Arts Council England, said: “The roll-out of a nationwide Creative Industry Finance programme is fantastic news for the creative industries and even better news for the economy and those of us that reap the benefits of a well-funded creative sector.

“This programme gets right to the heart of creating opportunities for young and fresh talent to bring their creative ambitions to life and to find the seed-funding and much needed capital to support innovation.”

The organisation behind this programme is Creative United, an Arts Council England-backed community interest company.  Find more information on Creative industry finance.

To keep up-to-date with the latest business news across Ashfield and Mansfield, subscribe to our regular electronic newsletter.  To see what business support is available in Ashfield and Mansfield, check our business support pages.

Categorised in: ,


Subscribe to our newsletter

Sign up to receive useful facts and information on finance and grants, business, property and skills (* indicates required field)




Upcoming Events


DGP: Planning an effective website

Whether you’re starting from scratch or already have a website, you need to understand the fundamentals of a successful website. 8-3:30pm, Richard Herrod Centre. Other dates are available.

See More >