Wednesday, June 29, 2022

Business Lincolnshire launches Creative Catalyst workshops for local businesses

The new workshops will commence next month, allowing Lincolnshire and Rutland businesses the opportunity to develop their creative potential.

Starting on Wednesday 13th July, the three-session workshops from Business Lincolnshire will be hosted by Rebecca Stockdale, innovation and start-up consultant at Much Clearer, who will advise and train businesses on creative approaches to innovation.

The workshops will allow local businesses to identify new opportunities for exploration, gain a deeper understanding of how they can refine their current products and services, whilst learning how to diversify with new offerings for customers.

Businesses will be able to access the sessions online, including an interactive introduction to creative thinking, as well as a two-hour 1-to-1 session focused on their specific business needs. The course is designed for organisations with five or more employees, with two participants attending the workshop sessions and an expanded team in the final session.

Samantha Harrison, head of the Business Lincolnshire Growth Hub at Lincolnshire County Council, said: “We’re really excited to be able to offer this fantastic opportunity for local businesses looking to develop their creative potential. Rebecca is so passionate about helping businesses grow, and her experience using creative techniques to help solve some of the key challenges businesses face is second to none.

“It’s great to partner with the team at Much Clearer and deliver these workshops for businesses across Lincolnshire and Rutland; we hope the sessions will inspire businesses looking to innovate and evolve with new offerings, products or services and help them engage with their customers.”

The first session in the Creative Catalyst series launches on Wednesday 13th July, with session two taking place the following week; the final workshop can be booked around individual businesses’ availabilities.

The sessions are free of charge to businesses registered with Business Lincolnshire. More information about the event can be found online here.

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