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The Liverpool Creative Growth Initiative is a project to help creative and digital businesses in Liverpool to grow. This video features just a few of the 100+ businesses that have been helped by the project to date. Creative and digital businesses featured include Smiling Wolf, Milky Tea, Igloo Studio, Ilsa Parry, Kirsty Doyle, The Picket, AdLib Audio and Active Profile Ltd. Kevin McManus, Director of Merseyside ACME reflects on the success of the creative industries business support programme. David Parrish also features as a specialist creative industries management consultant. The Creative Growth Initiative is a Merseyside ACME / Liverpool Vision project running from 2009 - 2011. www.merseysideacme.com The film was produced by a sense of place in Liverpool for T-Shi...
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Local artist @alexlehours recently completed a 105m long mural at The Paper Mill, showcasing the colourful history of this waterfront precinct in Liverpool. “Liverpool is fast shaping up to be one of the most desirable locations for young buyers to live in Sydney.” Joseph Nahas Coronation Property For more information on The Paper Mill, visit www.liveatthepapermill.com.au or call 1800 768 401.
Today went on a spontaneous trip to Liverpool to see what we could film. We are really trying to improve our editing and filming techniques. Just keep shooting and practising, get creative and get inspired! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/a2ytravellers Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/a2y_travellers Twitter: https://twitter.com/A2YTravellers Our gear: Canon G7X Mark ii - http://amzn.to/2tKS1xM DJI Mavic - http://amzn.to/2tP0iAk Mavic Accessories - http://amzn.to/2tU5gfS GoPro Hero4 Silver - http://amzn.to/2sPfFVb Music: Music provided by FreeSongsToUse AL'sic & Sam Cross - We Are Alive (ft. Dani Rosenoer) https://soundcloud.com/alsic https://facebook.com/alsicofficiel • Support Sam Cross: https://soundcloud.com/samcrossmusic https://facebook.com/samcrossmusic • Support Dani ...
Subscribe: http://bit.ly/1reGb9y Liverpool’s thriving creative and digital sector is being undermined by a widening skills gap – so a group of companies in the city joined forces to tackle the issue head-on. Catalyst, a 10-week skills programme aimed at 18-30-year-olds, is one such venture and the brainchild of entrepreneur Robyn Dooley, founder of the Innovators Hub. We hear from the driving forces behind Catalyst and other programmes in the city, including: • Robyn Dooley, founder, Innovators Hub • Chelsea Slater, founder, Liverpool Girl Geeks • Andy Kent, CEO, Angel Solutions Ltd • Paul Corcoran, MD, Agent
Ilsa Parry speaking of her working life and how she began her design and creativity consultancy and product brand REthinkthings for liverpool john moores university business and enterprise school