Creative Industries BootCamp
at Central Saint Martins

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Creative Industries BootCamp at Central Saint Martins

Dezeen promotion: Creative Industries BootCamp is an intensive five-day workshop for creative graduates and start-up companies, taking place at Central Saint Martins college in London this October.

Creative Industries BootCamp at Central Saint Martins

The course provides participants with skills, knowledge and contacts essential to self-employment and starting a new creative business. The five-day program will take place between 29 September and 20 October.

Creative Industries BootCamp at Central Saint Martins

For more details contact Adrianna Palazzolo: a.palazzolo@csm.arts.ac.uk or telephone +44 20 7514 7296 or visit the website.

Here are some more details from Central Saint Martins:


Creative Bootcamp

Launched by the Mayor’s Office and subsidised by RBS, Creative Industries BootCamp is an intensive 5-day programme that will help develop your skills and knowledge base as well as lead to making real world industry contacts. This is a one of a kind opportunity for anyone interested in entering self-employment or starting up a new creative business.

Who is it for?

Creative graduates and early stage start-ups with capacity for future growth and scalability. Areas include: 3D design; jewellery design; communication design; and service design;

Central Saint Martins

The course takes place on five dates between 29th September and 20th October 2011 and is run by the Central Saint Martins Innovation Centre which has a strong track record for delivering enterprise training for recent graduates in the creative sector through a network of successful alumni and senior industry insiders. Those confirmed for BootCamp so far include Michelle Alger, Buying Manager of Homeware and Gifts at Liberty and Stefen Siegel, Co-Founder of Not Just A Label.com and Santiago Matheus Co-Founder of Method Design Lab.

www.csm.arts.ac.uk/innovation/

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