Raised awareness among the target groups in the UK and Ukraine – this is achieved through various promotion programmes including road shows, short training programmes, web site and portal, short promotion leaflets, social media promotional messages, etc.
New skills development – students in creative subject may lack of the knowledge, understanding and skills from the business creation perspective. As the result of the partnership project, the students will develop new skills in marketing especially digital marketing, customer relationship management, innovation and entrepreneurship, use of emerging digital technologies in creative sector, etc.
New abilities – be able to critically analyse opportunities within the sector and in turn create employment in their local regions. Innovative new teaching and training modules – development of new innovative teaching modules using emerging digital technologies to enhance the students and young entrepreneurs entrepreneurial and innovation skills.
Yanqing Duan is a professor of Information Systems. She received her BSc (Mechanical Engineering) and MSc (Systems Engineering) from China Agricultural University and her PhD from Aston University, UK. Read more
Yongmei Bentley is Principal Lecturer in Logistics. She received her MSc in Marketing Management and PhD in Information Systems Management from the University of Bedfordshire, UK. Read more
Patricia has 40 years business experience in corporate, public and privately owned small business. Key skills areas include operations management and process improvement. Read more
Olena Iarmosh is a dean of Faculty of Economic, Administrative and Educational technologies. Read more
The project aims to create awareness on the concept, challenges and opportunities in creative economy. Students, graduates and young entrepreneurs in the UK and Ukraine are welcome to participate in project events. During the project the entrepreneurial training for those involved in creative enterprises and those who are interested in creating new businesses will be provided. The web portal is platform to support and connect existing and new creative entrepreneurs in the UK and Ukraine, so they can collaborate and share knowledge.
The main objective of the Center for Creative Entrepreneurship Development (CCED) is to help young entrepreneurs in the creative industries to monetize their ideas, delivering them from the moment their idea was generated to the first profit in a complex business environment.
To this end, we are launching a series of trainings that will provide students and young entrepreneurs in the creative industries with lack of entrepreneurial skills, the necessary knowledge and skills to start and run their own businesses successfully.
KEY-SPEAKER: Roman Nesterenko, Director of the Educational and Scientific Center of Innovative Educational Technologies, Pre-university Training and Academic Mobility, Expert in Internationalization and Business Planning.
WHERE? 25.10.2019, 15:00-17:00, aud. 117/1
KEY-SPEAKER: Olena Iarmosh, Dean of the Faculty of Economic, Administrative and Educational Technologies, Coordinator of Creative Spark Programme in UEPA in 2018, Expert of the Association of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs of Kharkiv Region - Regional Branch of NGO "Ukrainian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs" during the implementation of the "Program for promotion of development of small and medium business in Kharkiv region for 2016- 2020» by Kharkiv Region State Administration.
WHERE? 22.11.2019, 15:00-17:00, aud. 117/1
KEY-SPEAKER: Kristina Babenko, PhD, Associate Professor, Head of UEPA Management Chair, Head of CCE project in 2019, Coordinator of Student Start-Up Club «YEP! StartUp Club UEPA”, an expert in critical thinking and information technology.
WHERE? 06.12.2019, 15:00-17:00, aud. 117/1
WHERE? aud. 117/1
WHEN? Every Wednesday, 14:50-16:10
1. Olena V. Iarmosh, Dean of the Faculty of Economic, Administrative and Educational Technologies, Coordinator of Creative Spark Programme in UEPA in 2018, Expert of the Association of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs of Kharkiv Region - Regional Branch of the Ukrainian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs Organization «Programs for promotion of small and medium business in Kharkiv region for 2016-2020» by Kharkiv Region State Administration.
2. Roman O. Nesterenko, Director of the Educational and Scientific Center of Innovative Educational Technologies, Pre-university Training and Academic Mobility, Expert in Internationalization and Business Planning.
3. Kristina Y. Babenko, PhD, Associate Professor, Head of the Management Chair, Project Coordinator of the Creative Spark: Higher Educational Enerprise Programme in 2019, Coordinator of the Student Start-Up Club “YEP! StartUp Club UEPA”, an expert at the critical thinking-based decision-making technologies.
Topics of consultations:
1. Creative business ideas: from generation to implementation.
2. Organizational issues of starting your own business.
3. Critical Thinking and Information Technology in the Creative Industries.
We initiated the competition by understanding how important it is to give young people the opportunity to feel their potential in the modern conditions, to create a platform for the practical realization of their creative business ideas and to promote the development of students as future business leaders and creative entrepreneurs.
The Big Idea Challenge video pitch competition encourages young people from programme countries to develop an innovative ‘startup’ and tell the world about it. If you are a student, graduate or a young entrepreneur coming from a participating institution, you can apply for a chance to win a share of £25,000 for the implementation of your idea – including a trip to London! The competition is open to individuals as well as teams of up to three people.
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Report “Creative Economy Employment in the US, Canada and the UK” measures employment in the creative economies of the US, Canada and the UK, please download it free or read online: