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Introducing
Barclays Eagle Lab Flight -
where creativity meets technology 

Get ready to take off on
6 March 2017 until 26 May 2017

Image credit: Giles Smith

Creative England, a pioneering public-purpose company dedicated to unleashing talent and ideas across film, TV, games and tech, has teamed up with Barclays Eagle Labs to create and deliver the Barclays Eagle Lab Flight accelerator programme, the first Creative Accelerator run by the two organisations.

Exploring the extraordinary things that happen when creativity meets technology – our new programme, Barclays Eagle Lab Flight will help your business to transform and grow.  

Barclays Eagle Lab Flight brings together Creative England’s expertise in unlocking creative thinking with Barclay’s Eagle Labs business acumen;  to enable you to develop your business and to make a real impact on people’s lives. 

The Barclays Eagle Lab Flight mentoring programme will  bring in thought leaders and visionary creative practitioners to share their expertise, experience and ideas with you.  A priceless opportunity to help take your business to the next level.

It also offers creative and tech high growth small businesses the chance to secure up to £25k of investment, backed up with a 3-month residency in Brighton, where you will receive intensive support from a wide range of coaches, mentors and inspirational guest speakers.

It starts on March 6th 2017 and runs until May 26th 2017

If you are selected on the programme, your company will receive up to £25k of investment and business support over a 3 month period. The programme culminates in a pitch to investors, giving you the opportunity to potentially secure additional investment from experienced Business Angels and up to £50k follow-on funding from Creative England.   

Applications launch on December 1st and the closing date for applications is December 31st 2016
 


 

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