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Culture Change conference at the Royal Opera House in February 2014

Providing business support to build sustainability in creative and cultural industries across the East of England.

By Lottie Butler (Assistant Content Producer)

15 January 2014 at 1.24pm | Comment on this article

On 5 February 2014, the Royal Opera House is hosting a free conference to launch Culture Change, a new business support programme for creative and cultural industries based in the East of England.

The conference will open at 9am with a networking opportunity, followed by an introduction by Alex Beard at 10.15am and the first presentation. It will close at 4pm. View the full agenda.

The programme, run by the Royal Opera House and supported by the European Regional Development Fund, is designed to encourage sustainable development in small to medium enterprises by offering bespoke advice, a support network and a series of free workshops and seminars.

The conference will include panel discussions about practical action on sustainability, led by speakers including Chris Rapley (Professor of Climate Science at University College, London), Orsola De Castro (leading eco fashion designer and founder of Esthetica) and Lucy Siegle (environmental journalist); taster workshops; introductions to the latest marketing strategies, carbon calculator tools and funding opportunities; and an interactive session to highlight sustainability objectives.

Find out more about the speakers.

To book a free ticket, register now. For any further information, please e-mail Michelle Flinn at michelle.flinn@roh.org.uk, or phone 01708 892849.

The Culture Change programme has been created by a partnership between the Royal Opera House, Julie’s Bicycle, Creative & Cultural Skills, High House Production Park and Thurrock Borough Council. 

By Lottie Butler (Assistant Content Producer)

15 January 2014 at 1.24pm

This article has been categorised Off stage and tagged business, conference, Culture Change, European Regional Development Fund, learning, sustainability, Thurrock

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