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CEC is a member-driven community designed to help creative people access relevant support, network with peers and develop new skills.

Everything we publish on the site is in response to the challenges you tell us you are facing.

We welcome creatives who are just starting out, those scaling up and those leading established and growing businesses.

Membership is free for a limited time.

Our Membership Includes

Choose from our team of vetted creative industries experts for one to one support

Discover friends, mentors, collaborators and customers with our filterable member’s directory

Learn and get inspired with our schedule of interviews, studio visits, discussion groups, networking events and more.

Find your next opportunity with our job listings, open calls, skill swap & freelance work boards

Read, watch and listen to enlightening content from experts on a range of relevant subjects

Featured Reading

Medeia Cohan

To Hell with Resolutions

I didn’t make any New Year’s resolutions and I’m far from dry this January. Who needs more pressure to perform? More things to fail at or feel guilty about. Not me.

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Sarah Longfield

Be More Pirate

Good mutiny isn’t about breaking things for the sake of it. It’s about rewriting the rules, remaking the path forward and making things fairer for all.

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Medeia Cohan

When It’s All Too Much

Everyone occasionally experiences the ‘it’s all too much’ feeling of overwhelm and exhaustion. It’s a natural human condition and you are neither weak nor exceptional for experiencing it yourself.

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"My Creative Entrepreneur’s’ Club membership is simply irreplaceable. As a newcomer to Scotland, they gave me a roadmap and compass for how to navigate my creative business in a new country”
“You’ve got one of the best opportunities to have a specialist’s knowledge to answer your curated questions and listen. Super powerful, one of the best invested 30 minutes of my time.”