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Bridge 2 Business are delighted to partner with The Scottish Government, Interference Pattern and The Union marketing agency to invite teams of students to enter this unique challenge to design a short animation concept promoting entrepreneurial and innovative behaviours.
The Brief: Create a short animation telling the legendary story of Robert the Bruce and the humble Spider
The animation concept should be an updated retelling of the legend of Robert the Bruce hiding in a cave to evade capture after defeat in battle, in which he is encouraged to persist in his struggle by the efforts of a humble spider, weaving its web from one side of the cave to the other.
How can this piece of Scottish folklore be re-imagined in a way that will inspire entrepreneurship today!?
The Prize: To work with Oscar award winners, Interference Pattern
The winning team will be supported by Interference Pattern to bring their animation concept to life, and then be premiered at the CAN DO Assembly in March 2017.
The CAN DO Assembly is held each year as an inspirational gathering of the people and organisations who promote entrepreneurship and innovation in Scotland.
The Details: Teams should enter by 17th February 2017
For more information on Brucie the Spider Animation Challenge, register your interest via Eventbrite below, or get in touch with email@example.com for the full Project Brief.
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Bridge 2 Business
Bridge 2 Business is an interactive and engaging programme to inspire, connect and support college and university students into business.
The Bridge 2 Business programme offers enterprising students first hand opportunities to engage with appropriate and relevant entrepreneurial role models.
The programme is for any enterprising young students who might have an interest in setting up their own business now or in the future or for those who are looking to take enterprise skills to their workplace.
Alongside the opportunity to meet and engage with inspiring role models the programme will help connect students with the entrepreneurial eco-system that exist in Scotland, to support our much needed start-up businesses. In addition to inspiring and connecting our students, we also offer the chance to access a small grant to help test out their business ideas, matching those successful with a mentor from the local business community who will be able to assist as they progress with their business plans.