Imagine this. You wake up one morning and decide “I want to work in the music industry.” What do you do? You open your laptop and Google something like ‘Music Industry Jobs UK.’ You find nothing. You wonder why there is no jobs in the industry, you write a tweet about it and go back to your 9 to 5. And that is the end of that. But then you think, “Why should I have to apply? Music is a universal commodity. Shouldn’t everyone have a chance to work in the industry?”
A few moments pass and something clicks. “I could set up my own music business.”
You get excited for a few moments, imagining the artists you would work with and what you would do with them. But then you remember the most gut wrenching thing of all. A music business needs money. Unless you have a spare couple of grand laying around, the idea for the business is born and dies in the same night and your dream flies out the window.
But wait, what if there was a way to get money to start your own business that was EASY? Well ladies and gents, I am here to tell you today that there is.
Transmit Startups have been funding small businesses and entrepreneurs in the creative industries for years. They have provided funds to exactly 1705 young entrepreneurs with a grand total of £14,958,352.00 being spent on funding for them. What’s more, they actually help you set up and run your business! They want it to succeed just as much as you, and they will provide mentorship and guidance with the creation, development and sustainability of your business.
“With a Start Up Loan, entrepreneurs can really take their passion and create a business. With the access to finance, mentors and a range of exclusive business products on offer from Start Up Loans, we hope to support a whole wave of young entrepreneurs on their journey to success.” – Says the team. They provided us with this video to give you an idea as to what we’re talking about! Click here to view!
If you have an idea for a creative business that you can’t seem to get off the ground, then get in touch, and we can talk you through applying for funding! Email us on email@example.com for more info!