These sessions will take place every other Friday morning from 8.30-9am, for the BCI community to share their pearls of wisdom with one another. The half hour webinars will involve a 15 minute presentation followed by a 10 minute facilitated Q&A, with introductions from the BCI team.
Our community is full of such amazing talent so we’re giving members the stage to talk about things that excite them so they can inspire their peers. The sessions will be a mix of expert tips and tricks and case studies – the perfect opportunity to learn something new before the week is out.
Our usual online format is an interactive ‘meeting’ but for this series we’re running webinars so that it’s easy to listen in while prepping for the day ahead or while having your breakfast! Cameras and mics will be off but you can ask your questions through the chat box or submit them beforehand.
Please get in touch with Sian if you’re interested in speaking at a future session.
Our first topic on the 25th March is…..
10 Tips to Fix Your Pitch with Jack Thompson
Pitches can be both a joy and a nightmare, but unfortunately the nightmares too often outnumber the joys.
This session will include 10 tips on how to manage a pitch process which benefits both agencies and their clients.
Hopefully bringing more joy to everyone as a result.
Jack is a Business Development Consultant with 16 years experience working in-house and as an independent consultant with digital, technology, and creative agencies. He’s worked on hundreds of pitches, and has plenty of war stories to share.
The Wake Up Call sessions are exclusively for BCI members – register your free place below!
If you’re interested in becoming a member with BCI, you can read about the membership perks here.
Register your free place
Bristol Creative Industries is the membership network that supports the region's creative sector to learn, grow and connect, driven by the common belief that we can achieve more collectively than alone.
Masterclass: Devising Theatre
Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, 1-2 Downside Rd, Clifton, Bristol, BS8 2XF
This short course will help you develop your improvisation, ensemble and story making skills. Learning will take place in a playful environment where you can participate in improvisatory theatre games and narrative driven exercises to tease out the stories you want to tell.
Bristol Old Vic Theatre School offers a fun and nurturing environment in which to pursue your creative ambitions. The support and feedback available from your tutor will help you develop your natural talents and confidence in theatre acting.
Collaboration, Connection and Community: What does the future of higher education look like in Bristol?
Online and in-person
To mark the 30th anniversary of UWE Bristol’s university status, and the first academic year of the University of Bristol’s first female Vice-Chancellor; Professor Evelyn Welch and Professor Steven West come together to talk to Clare Reddington, CEO of Watershed, about higher education in Bristol and beyond. Find out more about this free event here.
The Six Degrees Breakfast
The Square Club, 15 Berkeley Square, Bristol BS8 1HB
Six Degrees is network for like minded women to connect, grow, & create opportunity, and has recently launched its second location here in Bristol! All are invited to come along to kick off your month with a gorgeous Six Degrees breakfast gathering at The Square Club, Bristol.