Prosper North – Free Programme of Business Advice and Training for Cultural Heritage Organisations

Creative United
Creative United

 Prosper North, a new programme of free business support for cultural heritage organisations based in the north  is funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund, managed by Creative United and forms part of Key Fund’s wider Northern Cultural Regeneration Fund. The aim of the programme is to increase resilience, growth and sustainability in the cultural heritage sector.

Around 80 organisations  – from small museums to cultural venues, from archives to festivals – will benefit from a free programme of intensive business support including multiple 1:1 sessions with a business adviser matched to their needs, plus a series of workshops and webinars.  

Organisations can find out more about eligibility and how to apply at a series of four briefing events, with one in Kendal on 3 July and one in Liverpool on 17 July

There’s more information about the programme, eligibility and briefing eventshere: deadline for applications to join the first cohort is 5 August.

You can sign up to attend the Kendal briefing eventhere:

You can sign up to attend the Liverpool briefing event here:

Read about the impact of Creative United’s previous Prosper programme (for Arts Council England) here