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In creative businesses,
the relationship between creator and consumer
is not just a commercial transaction;
there is also a personal dimension.
Here's what you'll will learn when you enroll:
Here is everything you'll get when you enroll
This programme is supported by the GLA & Learn Ealing. If you’re currently resident in London for three or more years, funding is available to support your place on the course. SEE IF YOU QUALIFY FOR ONE.
Your mentors and facilitators
Suzanne Noble spent over 20 years working as an entertainment publicist, household names such as Led Zeppelin, The Who, Gladys Knight and many more. Her agency was responsible for launching Harry Potter on DVD. For six years, she worked as a freelance for the children's TV series LazyTown as their global PR & Marketing Director. In 2018 she resumed her singing career and, alongside co-founding Startup School for Seniors, performs jazz and 'dirty blues' in London's clubs and pubs. Her TikTok channel, Sex Advice for Seniors, has been featured in UK's Metro, the Sun, Independent and further afield, such as Brazil and Poland!
Mark Elliott is a leading business coach and advisor who has supported multiple young designer-makers through his relationship with Goldsmiths and the business support services he provides to local councils such as Hammersmith & Fulham, Barnet and Haringey. Mark's first business was as an online art dealer, and he has a passion for helping creatives realise their ambitions. He says, "My sweet spot is founders who know their subject matter but are still determining how to achieve sufficiency, sustainability or growth." Many of Mark's clients have gone on to win awards, export internationally and achieve recognition for their innovation.