Get Busy! Writing a Business Plan with Anna Kime

12:00 pm - 14th January, 2021

Please note this event is for Guild members only. You can read more about membership here.

Let's Get Busy! 9 December 12:00 / 15 December 17:30

For next six months we’ll be running a series of one-to-one sessions for members looking to start a new business, change career path, or adapt their offer for these crazy Covid times.

You can read details of the entire season of events here.

These events are FREE to Sheffield Creative Guild members. A Zoom link and password will be sent to you in advance of the session, along with details of your 20 minute time slot.

Developing and writing a business plan with Anna Kime

if you're struggling to make a start on your business plan or to get it to where it needs to be, Anna Kime is on hand to offer advice and answer your questions.

Anna has led on audience development strategies for Greater London and the North of England, worked nationally at the Independent Cinema Office and autonomously as a freelance consultant. As Head of Film Culture for Film London Anna was instrumental in the research and development of BFI’s Film Audience Network. Through her leadership of Film Hub North Anna championed a research-led approach with an assertive communications strategy and brand identity at the heart of the Hub business plan. She co-founded This Way Up and secured funding for Beyond the Multiplex, a multi-year national research project into film audience behaviour, and Hull City of Culture 2017.

“Anna displays what I think is the most important of ambitions, to take her voice and her intelligence, with all the insight and eloquence that she has crafted over the years, and using it to lift up others so that they might be heard. Whether geared towards the artist filmmaker, the industry professional or the audience member Anna is skilled at adapting and evolving her approach while never compromising her own skill.”

- Wendy Cook, Head of Cinema at Hyde Park Picture House

Previous freelance work includes producing Sea Change for Screen Argyll in 2019, promoting Reclaim the Frame in Sheffield for Birds’ Eye View Films and voluntary counselling for Light Peer Support, a charity working to support the emotional wellbeing & mental health of mums and their families in Sheffield and beyond.

She recently completed an entirely remote consultancy with Film Culture (Dan Thomas) for Birmingham City Council and Greater Birmingham & Solihull LEP on business model recommendations for Film Birmingham.

Book a session on one of the following dates and a 20 minute slot will be allocated to you and details sent via email:

12:00 - 13:00 on Thursday 14 January


5.30pm - 6.30pm on Wednesday 27 January

If you have any questions about these session, feel free to contact oriana@sheffieldcreativeguild.com

These workshops are being delivered thanks to the support of Arts Fundraising & Philanthropy.

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