In October, we hosted three Growing Global Networks Info Webinars, which introduced examples of international working and answered questions about our upcoming Call for Proposals to our Funded Micro-Projects. These webinars were designed to help support members to learn from others, strengthen their plans, connect them with professionals from beyond the UK and share their experience with the CHARTS community as part of our mentoring sessions.
All webinars are available now to watch via the links below.
CONNECT, presented examples of CHARTS members’ working internationally and connected members with opportunities to expand the contexts, communities and markets in which their work resonates.
REACHING MARKETS, focused on the authentic processes and experiences which CHARTS members offer, whether to visitors to Argyll or exporting internationally, and looked at how members can implement/develop digital platforms/networks and work with the tourism sector as well as demonstrate the impact and value of our work through AI/digital-data.
0:00, Introduction to Growing Global Networks by Project Manager Deirdre MacKenna
3:33, Nicola Henderson, Sector Specialist, Heritage XPO North
14:07, Cathy Craig, CEO of Argyll & the Isles Tourism Cooperative
33:30, Kate Davies, Designer and Creator of Kate Davies Designs (KDD)
45:55, Group Discussion
PREPARING PROPOSALS was an open Q&A session which discussed the upcoming Funded-International-Micro-Projects and Mentoring Sessions, to support members gearing up for international work.
Growing Global Network is funded by Creative Scotland, with support from The Scottish Government, Argyll and Bute Council, and Bòrd na Gàidhlig.
Image: Kate Davies, presentation slide of Tighnabruaich Ark by David Blair, Rob Blair and Scott Smith, Credit KDD & Co