PLASA are hosting a Culture Recovery Fund Webinar

We are encouraging all our clients and companies in the industry to apply for the Cultural Recovery Fund (CRF.) The fund is aimed at the supply chain as much as it is at big-name venues and production companies. The application process can be quite lengthy if you're not familiar with this sort of process so make sure you leave plenty of time to familiarise yourself with the requirements.

PLASA are hosting a webinar on Wednesday 13th January which we highly recommend you attend to make the process easier.

If you would like help or advice please do get in touch. We're happy to help and won't be charging for our services on this occasion.

Check out the full release from the association:

PLASA, the association for the live events and entertainment technology industry, is hosting two free webinars this week on how to apply for the second round of grants from the Culture Recovery Fund (CRF).

Taking place on Wednesday 13 January from 10am-12pm and Friday 15 January from 2pm-4pm, these webinars will be hosted by Caroline Taylor, an independent expert with a proven track record in successfully applying for £15m in Arts Council England funding, including the first round of the CRF and the ACE Emergency Fund.

During each webinar you will explore the main application questions in detail which will help you submit a strong application. You will also learn about Grantium, the new Arts Council application portal which you are encouraged to register for prior to the webinar.

Additionally, each webinar will have a dedicated Q&A section to answer any specific questions you may have regarding the application process. Following the webinars, Caroline is available to review your application for a fixed fee.

PLASA is encouraging all of its England-based members to attend to learn more about eligibility. These include industry manufacturers, production companies and venues, as well as freelancers who operate as a limited company and single director companies.


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