SURVEY: Calling Oxfordshire-based creative industries companies!
Following-on from this summer’s Oxfordshire Creative Industries Showcase, which brought together many Oxfordshire-based businesses, educators and entrepreneurs operating within the sector, OxLEP is continuing to further look at ways in which it could support companies working within this critical area of the county’s economy.
To develop potential future support, OxLEP is looking to collate the views of businesses working across the creative industries sector to help better-understand their needs and analyse how well-served companies are by current business support programmes that they are able to access.
To support this, OxLEP have created a short survey comprising of 10 questions which will ensure a more accurate picture of business support opportunities is built-up. It takes less than five minutes to complete.
Through the responses, OxLEP will be able to build more in-depth and knowledgeable information that can find its way into future applications for funding support to potentially be made available to those businesses operating within the creative industries space.
Please take a few moments to complete the below survey:
Take the OxLEP Creative Industries Business Support Survey
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Find out more on the Oxfordshire Creative Industries Showcase 2022
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