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07 JULY 2012

Design Guides for Business: commissioning designers

"We have created this free guide to explain the process of finding and working with a designer – focusing on your needs and ensuring you get the most out of the project."

(UK Design Council)

Fig.1 "Briefing a Design Team" [http://www.bigstockphoto.com]

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advice • briefing • British Design Innovation • businessbusiness adviceChartered Society of Designers • choosing a designer • commissioning creatives • describe the audience • Design Business Association • design commissioningDesign Council (UK)design guides for businessdesign needsdesign project • find designer • finding a designer • free guide • getting the project started • help and advicehelp and guidance • helpful tips • how to agree budgets • how to agree costs • how to find a designer • keeping on track • managing design • most for your money • professional designersprofessional practiceproject definitionproject developmentproject management • quality briefing • requirements gathering • successful projects • UK designers • useful advice • working designers • working with a designerwriting a design brief

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Simon Perkins
13 FEBRUARY 2012

Contractor Weekly: information for UK contractors and freelancers

"Contractor Weekly is the essential source of information for all contractors and freelancers in the UK. Based on decades of experience in the industry, the Contractor Weekly contributors provide a unique and cutting edge feed of news and opinion.

The Contractor Weekly website will be continually updated, but the full weekly editions will be sent by email every Wednesday. To receive the weekly edition please fill in the 'Newsletter Register' form on the left.

We want to interact with our readers as much as possible, so every article will have a comments section. We want your insight and encourage dialogue, so please feel free to add your views."

(Contractor Weekly)

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businessbusiness advicebusiness developmentbusiness innovation • business news • consultantcontractor • contractor news • creative businesscreative economycreative industriescreative industries practitionercreativity and businessdesign businessdesign industryemployment • employment law • find employment • freelancefreelancer • freelancer news • indemnity • industry professionals • IR35 • job classified ads • PII • professional indemnity insurance • professional insurance • public liability • public liability insurance • sole tradertax • taxation • UK • VAT

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Simon Perkins
19 JUNE 2011

Professional and Business Development for the Creative Ecology

"The first book in this series, Fish, Horses and Other Animals: Professional and Business Development for the Creative Ecology was designed to deal with issues concerning creative networks – how to understand them, work with them, mutually develop them and grow your creativity and business within them. We thought this was a good place to start because many creative industry practitioners already live and work within creative networks, and instinctively know how vital they can be in all sorts of ways. We ended Fish, Horses and Other Animals, on the theme of Soul Food."

(Kim Errington, Neil Maycroft and Jim Shorthose)

1). Jim Shorthose. (2007) "Fish, Horses and Other Animals: Professional and Business Development for the Creative Ecology"

2). Kim Errington, Neil Maycroft and Jim Shorthose. (2008). "Soul Food and Music Contents".

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CONTRIBUTOR

Simon Perkins
27 MAY 2011

Nottingham Creative Network: providing professional and business support for Nottingham's creative industries since 2006

"Nottingham Creative Network launched in October 2006 and is a project designed to provide smart–targeted professional and business support for Nottingham's creative industries. ...

Our 6 themes are as follows:

––Selling Your Soul?–What are the tensions between pursuing your creative inspiration and making compromises to make your business work? Are there any? If so, how do you negotiate them?

––How to Make Friends and Influence People–The importance of networks and network development. How do you get good at networking and why?

––Who Do I Get Into Bed With–Having recognised the value of networks and collaborations for creative business, how do you use these relationship to their best advantage?

––Don't Get Ripped Off–What do you need to know and do protect yourself and get paid properly?

––More Than Just Beer Money?–What are the opportunities, issues and added pressures associated with going from creative business as a 'lifestyle' choice, to growing your business into something bigger?

––Soul Food–How do you 'refresh' the creativity bit of your business to prevent stagnation?

Nottingham Creative Network aims to address all these issues in a way that connects tangible advice for business growth and development with discussions of these issues that are relevant for the specific of the creative industries. We realise that sometimes the creative industries operate in quite distinctive ways. We come from the creative industries ourselves. We will be holding regular expert seminars and workshops, offering 1–to–1 surgeries and responding to the needs of the creative community in other flexible ways when opportunities arise."

(Nottingham Creative Network)

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2006 • Broadway Cinema and Media Centre • businessbusiness advice • business dating agency • business developmentbusiness growth • business link • business relationships • business support • business workshops • career stagnation • city councilcollaborationcreative business • creative collaborations • creative communitycreative industriescreative inspirationcreative networkscreative people • creative scouts • creativityenterprise • enterprise surgeries • expert seminars • expert workshops • freelancegetting connectedgovernment agencies • growing your business • guest speakers • industry contacts • innovationinnovation seminarslocal creative producers • making business connections • making your business work • NCNnetworkingnetworking events • networks and collaborations for creative business • networks and network development • NottinghamNottingham Creative NetworkNottingham Trent Universityprofessional supportprojectregional developmentSchool of Art and Design • School of Arts and Humanities and the Business • SMEsole trader • structured discussion • support agencies

CONTRIBUTOR

Simon Perkins
01 APRIL 2010

CIDA: Cultural Industries Development Agency

"CIDA [is] the leading support organisation for the [UK] creative and cultural sector.

We support those working in all areas of the creative and cultural industries – in fact almost any creative sector you can think of!

If you're a creative individual, business or arts organisation looking for support to take your creative business or project further, you'll find it here, whatever stage you're at."

(Cultural Industries Development Agency)

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adviceagencybusiness advice • business start-ups • caft • CIDA • creativecreative industriescultural enterprisecultural industries • Cultural Industries Development Agency • cultural policyeast LondonLondonperforming artsUKvisual artsworkshops

CONTRIBUTOR

Simon Perkins
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