GFM Arts & Business Creative Hubs

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GFM Arts & Business Creative Hubs

GFM Arts & Business Creative Hubs

GlobalFutureMatters.ORG By GlobalFutureMatters.ORG

GFM is hosting community festivals yearly, to raise capital for our Arts & Business Creative Hubs across 33 London boroughs, supporting young people with business startups and arts projects for free.

Waltham Cross Idea stage

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GFM Business Creative Hub will offer young millennia's ( 18 - 25) free open plan hot desks for business startups support. GFM Arts Creative Hub will support young people pursuing arts projects in music, dancing, fashion, and digital design. Our goal is to create more opportunities for young people to develop and be successful with their ideas and innovative 21st century skills they can use to enhance their careers. Austerity is crippling our communities currently, increased public spending cuts is affecting negatively young people’s opportunities. Millennials are turning into entrepreneurship and innovative arts projects, but with very limited support available, its deterring their ambitions and prospects. GFM Arts & Business Creative Hub services will work closely with our local authority youth services to ensure we have all links and support for free. Integrating Arts and Business millennials, creating a strong community network to shape our future postively.

What we'll deliver:

  • Host GFM Music Festival 2018 [ Yearly ] To Fund Our Hubs Accross London
  • Open 1st GFM Arts & Business Creative Hub 2020
  • Enhance Future Community Economic Development

Why it's a great idea:

GFM plans to host a community festivals yearly, and continue raising funds yearly that will support young people's projects in our millenial hubs. We also aim to increase economic development in our community, meaningful social intergration, festivity, and increase employment opportunities for young people.

Steps to get it done:

  • Secure venue licensing and insurance
  • Sponsorships and grants
  • Book talent and line Up
  • Advertise 6 months before event
  • Release early bird tickets with Event Brite
  • Health & Safety Advisory Meeting with Local Authorities before event day

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Location Waltham Cross

Waltham Cross has 4 other projects and £355,000 in potential grant funding

About the space

Lee Valley Park

Council

Epping Forest District Council

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How will the money be spent?Total £126,434

Event Production - £100,000 (79%)
Permissions/ Insuarance / Venue License - £14,250 (11%)
Other - £12,184 (10%)

Costs Breakdown

This shows how money raised for the project will be spent. Before entering fundraising these costs will be confirmed by the project's Delivery Manager and verified by the verifier.

79%
Event Production
£100,000
11%
Permissions/ Insuarance / Venue License
£14,250
10%
Other
£12,184
  • Spacehive fees
    £5,713
  • Transaction Fees
    £5,329
  • VAT
    £1,143

Total £126,434

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