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Start Ups in London Libraries

Start-ups in London Libraries The British Library’s Business & IP Centre offers free support for start-up businesses through its Start-ups in London Libraries programme, which is now fully available online. Join the full and half-day workshops to cover all the fundamentals of starting a business, and book for a virtual one-to-one for bespoke support designed to get your start-up journey off to the best start. Our  Start-ups in London Libraries workshops  are now available as webinars which are accessible remotely, wherever you are. Check out our schedule and register your place on one of online workshops at our  Eventbrite page

IKEA Bootcamp Accelerator

IKEA Bootcamp Accelerator for Start Ups Organised by IKEA A three-month Sweden-based accelerator programme for start-ups from anywhere in the world that are creating solutions to everyday problems. Based in Älmhult, Sweden, the programme will offer participating start-ups co-working space in the IKEA Range & Supply Democratic Design centre, including access to the prototype shop, test labs and in-house expertise on topics such as business development, UX, design, growth hacking and fundraising. The selected start-ups will also benefit from a €20,000 grant, tailored mentorship from an IKEA business professional and Rainmaking’s network, and free accommodation in Sweden for the duration.

Getting Started Online 2023

Call for Applications: Getting Started Online Applications are now open for Getting Started Online, the one-week free introduction to business course. Delivered through live webinars from 20th until 24th March 2023, Getting Started Online helps up to 100 creative start-ups to get their businesses in the jewellery and silversmithing industry off the ground. The course enables participants to learn business essentials from industry experts, network with their peers and others in the industry, and exhibit their work. Getting Started Online consists of five industry-specific themed days covering how to start and run a creative business, product development, raising a business

InnovationRCA Creative Brands Accelerator Pop-up

Introducing… Royal College of Art RCA Battersea, Howie Street, London SW11 4AS  7 - 8 December 2022 You are invited to  Introducing…  a pop up event by  InnovationRCA , the Royal College of Art’s centre for entrepreneurship. This is a great opportunity to find out more about the innovative jewellery start-ups they support by meeting the founders, all recent alumni from the RCA, and seeing their products first-hand. A curated selection of 20 startups that have progressed through the Creative Brands Accelerator programme over the past 3 years will be showcased, from sectors including homeware, fashion, jewellery, ceramics and textiles. Through this programme,

Getting Started 2021

Call for Applications: Getting Started 2021 Applications are now open for Getting Started 2021, the one-week free online introduction to business course Today the Goldsmiths’ Centre opens applications for Getting Started Online 2021, the one-week introduction to business course designed to support the most talented UK designers, designer makers and skilled craftspeople in the jewellery, silversmithing and allied industries. Celebrating 40 years, Getting Started Online 2021 is a free course, delivered for the first time completely virtually, and will provide up to 100 start-ups with the help to get practical guidance and advice on key aspects of getting their business

The Royal College of Art is World’s Leading University of Art and Design for Third Year

The Royal College of Art has again been named the world’s leading university of Art and Design in the 2017 QS World University Subject Rankings, beating top-ranking global universities including MIT, Stanford, Yale and Rhode Island School of Design to the top spot for the third consecutive year. The premier ranking confirms the RCA’s position as the world’s leading university of art and design. In the UK, the College is recognised as being at the forefront of innovation, supporting more successful start-ups than Imperial College and Oxbridge combined, and with 45% of our graduates starting their own creative industry and