Craft and Creative Industries Training

Craft and Creative Industries Training


Momentum has extensive marketing expertise in the creative industry sector and have worked on a number of training projects aimed at empowering and enabling craft makers to grow and market their businesses using a wide variety of tools.

 
 

 

Roscommon Creative Craft Training

 

In 2013, Momentum was awarded the tender for the Roscommon Creative Craft Training Project on behalf of Roscommon LEADER Partnership. A programme designed to act as a creative development and training programme to stimulate increased economic activity in Roscommon’s emerging craft and creative sectors. There were several phases to this project. Read more>

 
 

 

Made in Sligo

 

Momentum acted as trainer and mentor to this county based craft network as supported by Sligo CEB and Sligo Leader Partnership who funded a detailed training course – County Sligo Crafts Development Programme focused on facilitating the network, devising a network structure & training members in same, development of the brand.. Read more>

 
 

 

WIND – Wales and Ireland Network of Design

 

The craft development initiative of Carlow LEADER, WIND is a joint network of Irish and Welsh crafts and design entrepreneurs who are eagerly starting up their own businesses in what has become a very competitive marketplace.Momentum delivered a Marketing training  programme to this group which focused on key topics of conducting market research, the various tools in promoting a small craft business, the ideal target customer and customer profiling for the craft sector as well as how to develop a marketing plan.

 
 

 

Louth Craftmark

 

Momentum has worked with Louth Craftmark since 2000,  a project instigated by Louth County Enterprise Board.  We have provided network development training and integrated project management expertise and acted as lead consultant and trainer in preparation for the development of the flagship retail operation for Louth Craftmark in Drogheda which opened in October 2006.  Read more>