Facilitating growth within the Creatie Industries.
We boast a range of opportunities for clients (brands, individuals, organisations, and government) to strategically engage the creative community in ways that move the sector forward, while also taking care of the immediate creative needs of those we hope to serve. These include:
Connecting clients to creatives:
Book any one of the following types of artists from us for your event, campaign, or project.
Our expansive Network of artists allows us to meet the needs of any client, no matter how big or small. Whether you need a junior designer to complete some promotional posters for your small business, or a highly skilled creative director to take the lead on an international campaign, our Network Members vary in skill level, experience, cost and style.
Contact us for a consultation in order to find the creative service-provider that best suits your brand, values and project needs.
Branding, Sponsorship, and Collaboration
Through branding and sponsorship, we offer companies a range of opportunities to engage with South Africa's creative community in a way that makes a tangible difference in the lives of artists and showcases the fact that you care. We make sure you reach your target audience, while also changing lives.
Below are a list of ongoing opportunities for you to easily plug into the creative community, but we are collaborative by nature and are always excited to hear from organisations that want to make a difference. If none of the below resonate with you, let's set up a call to create something meaningful.
Creating online educational content: The Creators Guide, Blogs, Social Media
Activations and events: URL and IRL
Workshops, training sessions, and one-on-one mentoring
Training and Development
As an extension of the above, we work with partner organisations to design and create short, effective, coursework and training material to help creatives make a living through their art. We focus on areas of growth for independent creativies, such as:
Contractual law and other laws surrounding the arts in South Africa
Corporate best practice and culture
How to approach clients
... And lots more.
We are always looking for ways to grow our educational footprint. The creative industries have incredible power and potential to contribute to economic growth in South Africa, all we need is to upskill those who are already using their talents to spraypaint murals in their hood, make dancing videos on tiktok, or write poetry in a secret book at the back of their cupboard.
You can contribute financially to the development of programmes, or work with us to put together revolutionary content that will help artists turn their talents into careers.