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Culture Change

What is Culture Change?

Culture Change is a free business support programme designed to help small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in the East of England become more financially and environmentally sustainable. To view a short film about the programme, click here.

The Royal Opera House programme provides a minimum of 12 hours free support with resources including a series of conferences and seminars and a peer-to-peer business support network. We also offer the use of carbon calculator tools and advice on managing resources efficiently, developing an environmental policy and bespoke support and action planning.



The Culture Change programme is supported by the European Regional Development Fund.

Find out more

Who’s it for?

Find out if your organisation is eligible to take part and benefit from our free resources.

Events

For all the details of our upcoming events including free workshops, webinars and networking events.

Latest videos and news

Watch videos from our latest events, including highlights from our launch conference, and browse our News & Features.

Partners

Culture Change is run with a number of partners who provide their knowledge and expertise to help us deliver the programme.

Contact us

If you are eligible and are interested in being part of the programme, or if you would like to obtain further information, please register by contacting Michelle Flinn at michelle.flinn@roh.org.uk, by telephoning +44 (0) 1708 892 849 or like us on facebook.

Sign up to the Julie’s Bicycle mailing list here.

News and features

  1. 14 July 2014

    New costume centre in Thurrock to house more than 20,000 costumes and provide workrooms for students

    Work starts on the new Bob and Tamar Manoukian Costume Centre, due to open in 2015.

  2. 16 May 2014

    How sustainability is prompting a fashion revolution

    Orsola de Castro speaks about upcycling, recycling and design at the ROH Culture Change conference.

  3. 13 May 2014

    Creativity is key to shaping future climate

    Watch Professor Chris Rapley’s full talk from the Culture Change conference.