The Companies

Creative Workforce for the Future kicked off in January 2020 with a mission to make the creative industries as representative as the society in which we live. 

We are currently working with the following companies on inclusion readiness and you can read a bit about why they joined our programme below:

Aardman is committed to ensuring our workplaces are inclusive and free from any type of discrimination, but we recognise that Read more
Creative Workforce for the Future’s Inclusion Programme is giving us the chance to look at what we need to change Read more
The Inclusion Programme has been a great way to help us explore how to better structure and support our inclusion Read more
BDH
We want to up our game and open ourselves and our audiences up to wider perspectives and experience and talent. Read more
At boomsatsuma it is crucial that we support our young people to have voices and platforms. We’re looking forward to Read more
Diversity and inclusion are crucial for us and we strive to improve our processes and results, though know we have Read more
We’ve been working hard with amazing, diverse, talent through partners across the city but it isn’t yet translating into our Read more
Our ethos and commitment has always been about creating opportunities within media and in media democracy - enabling people to Read more
There’s so much more we can do to better serve and support our existing staff and all the talent out Read more
Fourth Floor embraces diversity and equal opportunity. We are committed to building a team that represents a variety of backgrounds, Read more
We joined the Creative Workforce for the Future Inclusion Programme to help us better connect to exceptional talent from underrepresented Read more
It’s one thing recruiting people. It’s vital that once recruited we help people stay in the business. When changing texture Read more
It is great to be training in the UK with Creative Workforce for the Future because I have always been Read more
The core purpose of Mufti Games and our new venture Play:Disrupt, is to open up access to consultation for people Read more
2020 has been a year of such global change that its felt hard to see how we as individuals and Read more
Open Bionics is passionate about supporting people from underprivileged areas into business. We live and breathe our values, and make Read more
Now we have a great opportunity, including MD and board level commitment. Given what is happening in the UK and Read more
In all our work, we really care about giving voice and representation to those people whose stories are not overtly Read more
Expanding and forever diversifying our industry pipeline is tantamount to creating ever more profound and relevant work which is why Read more
The Creative Workforce for the Future is a conscious opportunity for us to address the inclusion our business needs through Read more

Other companies engaged on our programme, but pending profiles are:

Academy 7 Productions, A Productions, Oggadoon, Bristol Festivals, Encounters Film Festival, The Bristol Cable, Studio Giggle, Wildseed Studio, Plot Studio , Drummer TV, Mr B & Friends, Wildscreen, Babinko, Team Love, Forward Space and Imaginnovation.

The pilot is well underway, with over 30 creative SMEs engaged in the programme, which is really great. Join us on a journey of Inclusive Leadership, to explore, grow and support inclusion-readiness to make your business thrive.

Bristol 247 who are part of the programme said:“We want to be more inclusive but the majority of us are white, middle-class, university-educated. We’ve been working hard with amazing, diverse, talent through partners across the city but it isn’t yet translating into our recruitment.”

Our offer includes panel sessions, workshops and discussions with a range of exceptional speakers and facilitators, including some of the programme’s talented young creatives.

Up to 24 companies will have the additional opportunity to host a funded placement with one of our cohort of Talent, providing a match can be made. Placements offer companies access to incredible skills and voices in their workforce, whilst providing young people with the experience they need to sustain a creative career. We’ll look for the best matches, where interests align between company business goals and values, and the career ambitions of our talented young cohort.

However, for those wanting to invest at a slower pace, we have a full programme of workshops from July – December 2020.

If you are interested in finding out more please email us for a conversation: creative.workforce@bristolbathcreative.org