CRAFTY BUSINESS ENFIELD
14 SEPTEMBER TO 19 OCTOBER 2015
From 12.15 to 2.30pm
Freezywater, Enfield, EN3 6NR
Crafty Business is a six-week programme that combines creative workshops with business start up training. The programme is designed to help families identify new ways to earn an income. This is a great opportunity to develop your creative skills. You will also find out how you can make money from your craft hobbies and past time activities.
This workshop starts with tiara and Jewellery making with Zoe White. You will receive the tools to set up a small business. We're including case studies to inspire you. You will find out how other crafty entrepreneurs achieved great success. You will also receive a Business Toolkit packed with ideas and business tips.
Weekly creative workshops include:
WEEK 1 - Let's Sparkle - Making Tiaras
WEEK 2 - Beauty Business and Nail Art
WEEK 3 - The Jewellery Making Workshop
WEEK 4 - Cupcake Design
WEEK 5 - Face-painting and Party Planning
WEEK 6 - Make it Happen: Dream, Plan and Do.
Each week includes a Business Session. By the end of this programme you will know how to:
- Earn an income from your crafts or hobbies
- Research the market and price your products
- Create a realistic budget
- Promote your products
- Sell your products and start trading
- Make it happen
The business skills developed in this programme can be applied to a range of ventures. This programme will also benefit those who are thinking about employment opportunities or further education and training.
Be inspired and realise your potential with Crafty Business Enfield!
The Enfield Residents Priority Fund supports this programme. Concessions are available to teenage parents and pregnant teenagers living in Enfield. A creche is provided for children under the age of 5. For more information please contact Kemi at Creative Training Hub on 07867 120 339 or email email@example.com
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Creative Training Hub
Creative Training Hub is a social enterprise. We offer one-day training events to arts and cultural organisations and also provide creative learning opportunities to meet the needs of the local community. Our work spans from delivering projects to children and young people to working in partnership on social innovation and regeneration projects.