Honeycomb Creative Works, a £3.58m programme targeted at companies and professionals who are leading on digital content creation within the creative industries sector, is hosting a free networking and information lunch in the Roe Valley Arts Centre, Limavady on Wednesday, 20 June (1-2pm).
Honeycomb is running a number of free networking and professional development events across Northern Ireland. If you’d like to meet the Honeycomb team, find out more about upcoming funding opportunities, free training courses and what they can do for you, come along to the Strule Arts Centre, Omagh at 1pm. This event is free of charge to attend however you must sign up online in advance to secure your place via www.thehoneycomb.net.
Honeycomb is led by the University of Ulster, in partnership with creative Skillset and Dundalk Institute of Technology.
Who should attend?
SMEs, organisations and individuals that play a role, or have a vested interest in the development of the digital content sub sector, particularly those who work in: · film and broadcast · animation · computer gaming · interactive media · music technologies