Join our free webinar about the Create Growth programme

16 January 2024

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About the webinar

Are you interested in finding out about a free, Cambridge-based and in-person 12-week Investment Readiness and Business Growth programme for the Creative Industries?

Join our first webinar on Monday 22nd January to find out more and hear from the programme advisors and current cohort member Rachel Prendergast, founder of multi-award-winning film and video production company Submotion Productions who can answer all your questions.

Or join our second webinar on Monday 5th February to find out more and hear from the programme advisors and past cohort member Josh Trett, Managing Director at Trett Films.

Over the course of the programme you can attend masterclasses led by industry leaders, all designed to help you explore your business growth and funding options.

We’ll connect you with valuable experts in your sector, as well as in areas such as IP, legal, finance and investment. Throughout the programme, we’ll support you with pitch practice and help you explore the different growth and investment opportunities that may be of interest to you in the future. All for free!

What’s the catch? There isn’t one! This is a government-funded programme, aiming to support local businesses to thrive and become investment-ready. We’ve already run a successful programme in Norfolk, and currently have an active cohort in Suffolk.

Ahead of the webinar you can find out more info here: Creative East | Create Growth Programme | Ignite your business growth

This programme is fully funded by DCMS through the Create Growth programme.

If you are unable to attend this date and would still like to speak to us, please email the team on


Fully funded by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS)

Delivered and managed by:

  • Anglia Ruskin University Peterborough
  • Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Combined Authority
  • Innovate UK
  • New Anglia - Local Enterprise PArtnership for Norfolk and Suffolk
  • Norfolk County Council
  • Suffolk County Council
  • University of East Anglia Innovation Funding
  • University of Suffolk