The School for Creative Startups Provides Social Business Training

By: Rebecca Byers - Published: Aug 1, 2012 • References: schoolforcreativestartups & standard
The School for Creative Startups is a UK-based one-year program for creative individuals with progressive business ideas that take into account sustainability concerns. Supporting startups during the tricky first year, SFCS aims to equip innovative enterprises with "a tested business model, a clear action plan and a well-rounded arsenal of skills."

Divided into two terms, the one-year program endeavors to "teach business to creatives" and features curriculum curated by founder and Cambridge-based entrepreneur Doug Richard, who gained public notoriety from his appearance on the UK's 'Dragon's Den.'

The School for Creative Startups was founded in 2010 out of Richard's original project the School for Startups in order to create a program that caters to creatives looking for one-on-one training on what he considers to be an intimidating subject.

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