Photo by © Teresa Fan
Prosper North Announces Edition Two
At the Prosper North business support we have some brilliant news to share with the network.
The new Edition of Prosper North has now begun with 30 organisations taking part. We have theatres, music venues, art centres, literature festivals, printing expertise, traditional building crafts, and digital art. They reach from the top of the country at Hadrian’s Wall in Northumberland all the way down to the Peak District in South Yorkshire, across the country from the Wirral to Grimsby on the east coast. All the organisations have been matched with an expert business advisor who will be working one to one with them, helping them to become sustainable and resilient businesses. We are really excited to be working with such an interesting and varied group of organisations and look forward to getting to share their innovative cultural work.
Announcing our Second Edition participants:
Art Gene Ltd | Artworks Creative Communities | CADS South Yorkshire | Cloth Cat | Dingy Butterflies | Eskdale Mill & Heritage Trust | Fusilier Museum and Learning Centre | Green Croft Arts | Grimsby Minster | Haarlem Artspace | Handmade Parade |Hexham Book Festival | Huddersfield Literature Festival | Junction Arts | Live Site Project | Our Big Picture Ltd | Ouseburn Trust | Sheffield Civic Trust | The Auxiliary Project Space |Theatre Delicatessen Ltd |Theatre Royal Wakefield| They Eat Culture | Tyne & Wear Building Preservation Trust | Utopia Theatre Limited | West Lancashire Heritage Park | West Yorkshire Print Workshop | Whippet Up |Wirral Museums Service | Woodside Area | Yorkshire Museums Trust
Being involved in each cohorts’ journey means we have witnessed how cultural and heritage organisations have benefited from Prosper North previously and we look forward to sharing further news soon with briefing events, workshops and feedback sessions for our next edition.
At the moment, whilst we take precautionary advice from Public Health England, some of our workshops will be moved online and meetups will be a postponed to a more suitable date.
Keep updated via our main page here.
At Creative United, we’re truly excited about how the next edition will benefit from business support through National Lottery Heritage Fund with a stronger support network and more impactful workshops to help organisations build business structures and access to funding.
Photos by © Teresa Fan