We’re partnering up again with the BIMM Music Institute to help deliver the Greenhouse Enterprise Programme which provides training, coaching, and funding for entrepreneurial projects designed by students from underrepresented groups.

Creative United has collaborated with BIMM Music Institute since 2021 to deliver this business support programme aimed at helping enterprising BIMM Institute students and alumni reach their full potential. In 2024, the programme is back for another edition!

What support is being offered?

Selected Greenhouse Enterprise participants will benefit from:

  • A Creative Business Essentials course run by the creative business consultant and Director Remi Harris MBE.
  • One-to-one coaching sessions with a business mentor, after completion of the course, during which they’ll be helped to implement what they learnt and put it to action – creating a plan for their business and getting it into the market.
  • £500 in funding from BIMM, allocated by a panel of industry experts, chaired by Sarah Thirtle, Director of Strategic Development at Creative United.

With all of the expert advice, guidance, and financial support under their belts, the students will be equipped to turn their fantastic business ideas and plans into reality.

Applications for the 2024 Greenhouse Enterprise Programme edition close on Monday 29th April 2024.

Who can apply?

The Greenhouse Enterprise Programme is aimed at students from underrepresented groups – these include Black, Asian, and ethnic minority communities, students from lower-income backgrounds and areas of low participation in higher education, students with disabilities, care leavers, and mature students.

It’s available for BIMM University final-year students and recent leavers at all BIMM colleges in both the UK and Germany, and across all faculties of music, film and TV, and the performing arts.

Interested in applying?

Find out more on the BIMM website:

Read more about the programme here

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