Business Gateway Borders -The Future of the Web and The Ultimate Pinterest Guide
For those who missed out on the very informative workshops held at Etrrick Riverside on Thursday 28th June 2012 presented by Stephen Whitelaw of Toowist, you can now download his presentation slides from the links supplied below.
Support for Creative Services businesses in the Scottish Borders
Business Gateway support companies that work in the creative B2B services sector in the Scottish Borders via business advisor Hugh Williams. This specialised support is part of the South of Scotland Creative Clusters Project and is part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund. Ring Hugh on 01835 826773,
The ‘Sector Skills Council for Business and Information Technology’ – a sector-led agency bringing employers, trainers, education and business together to promote technology skills throughout the UK. Lots of useful information on sector issues, workplace trends.
The Future Buzz
Blog site by digital marketing and PR expert Adam Singer. Thought-provoking, up-to-the-minute information on technology and marketing.
Creative and Cultural Skills
‘The Sector Skills Council for Craft, Heritage, Design, Literature, Music, Performing and Visual Arts’ – a sector-led agency promoting skills development in various creative sectors.
A single, go-to guide to all the most interesting creative-oriented events, curated and edited by interested members from the creative community.
Good resources for anyone building a creative business in sectors such as design, advertising, craft, literature and film.
Creative Arts Business Network (CABN)
For makers and producers of visual arts & crafts, film, writing, music and performing arts in the Scottish Borders. CABN offers advice, training, networking, grants and opportunities, as well the Bridge Builders Directory of artists able to work in education and community settings.
Ring Mary Morrison on T: 01450 360689 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Skills Development Scotland
Skills Development Scotland provides flexible training opportunities giving Scottish businesses with up to 150 employees the chance to apply for up to £5,000 towards employee training costs.
Cultural Enterprise Office
Cultural Enterprise Office is Scotland’s specialist business support and development service for creative businesses and practitioners.
Operating across Scotland the full range of services is designed to enable practitioners to translate their talent into flourishing careers and sustainable businesses.
Our core services are information, advice and events. We also deliver Starter for 6, an enterprise training programme that offers the opportunity to pitch for up to £10 000 of investment.
To be kept up to date with our service subscribe to our monthly eBulletin or call 0844 544 9990 (local rate).