Entrepreneurs throughout our network have been rising up to help with the Covid-19 crisis by adapting their inventions, and utilising their innovations. NACUE is committed to empowering the entrepreneurial generation, and we could not do that without helping you through times such as these.
Arts Council England
- Arts Council England — Financial support for artists, creative practitioners and freelancers
- Arts Council England — Financial support for organisations outside of the National Portfolio
Amelia Ideh’s Funding List for Artists
The Prince’s Trust & NatWest Enterprise Relief Fund
The £5million Enterprise Relief Fund will offer grants to 18 to 30-year olds across the UK who are self-employed and/or running their own business. In conjunction with cash grants, the initiative will offer one-to-one support and guidance to anyone who needs it and who may be worried about their future.
#DigitalSkills from Loughborough University London
Loughborough University London are working to support London-based start-ups and SMEs scale and grow through a two part programme aiming to grow your digital skills. Virtual digital skills workshops will improve your organisation’s digital capacity with a range of activities taking place online. Workshops and virtual meetups will be on offer throughout the year. Sign up here.
Capital Enterprise Startup Resilience Programme
Capital Enterprise have developed their startup resilience programme with a range of online events and support. No matter the stage of your startup, size or status, by joining the programme you will be invited to 3 Weekly Webinars, 30 Mastermind & Accountability Circles, and 6 Months of support.
Creative Industries Federation
The Creative Industries Federation have collated advice, guidance, and resources across the sector. Read the whole list here.
Good Finance Resource Hub
Good Finance have organised a whole hub of resources for entrepreneurs, from funding to webinars this resource hub is essential reading for Charities and Social Enterprises.
King’s Entrepreneurial Crisis Management
King’s Entrepreneurship Institute has released a new post full of expert advice on how best to manage this crisis. “We can take the entrepreneurial approach and view this challenging time as an opportunity to explore new ways of working, to innovate, to make progress and to help those around us.”
Stay home, stay safe, and let’s work together to come out of this stronger 💪
~ The NACUE Team