All in. Leeds. partners with specialists to deliver educational sessions
‘All in. Leeds’, the collective of nearly 160 creative agencies from across Yorkshire, has partnered with specialists to deliver educational breakfast sessions throughout February.
The workshops are being hosted by spokespeople from independent industries across Leeds including accounting and HR, and are designed to educate creative agencies and freelancers on a range of topics; new business, finance, workplace culture and legal issues.
Spaces are still available to attend the four events on generating new business hosted by business development specialist Gray Matters, improving cash flow forecast with AI by Armstrong Watson, creating a great place to work from Oasis Human Relations, and preparing an agency for sale with expertise from Clarion Solicitors.
All in. Leeds. spokesperson Liam Grogan commented: “Everyone involved in All In. Leeds. is committed to developing the creative sector and offering agencies and individuals the chance to enhance their knowledge of running a business. It’s brilliant that other industries in Leeds recognise the benefits of supporting creativity in the city and sharing their expertise.”
Adam Graham at Gray Matters who is hosting the event on generating new business, added: “All In. Leeds is a fantastic initiative, not only for the creative sector, but to bring businesses across the city together. The initiative of these seminars, and the number of signups so far, highlights how keen business leaders are to expand their knowledge so that they can better the financial prospects, not only of their own company but the city as a whole.
“It’s long overdue that cities outside London started to recognise the talent they have on their doorstep and both brands and agencies need to work harder in acknowledging that physical location is becoming less and less important.”
All events are free to attend and designed to enable creative agencies across Yorkshire to understand how to diversify talent, attract big business investment in Leeds and further training needs which may be required across the sector.