As a sector specific resource, ACME’s role has been to ensure that creative and digital is at the forefront of the region’s strategy for economic growth. For over 17 years, ACME has achieved this through the development of public and private sector collaborations and partnerships, as well as providing practical, relevant support and advice for businesses operating in the region.
Established in 1997, the ACME ‘brand’ achieved high regard, particularly for its collaborative approach. Working in close partnership with both industry and sector facilitators, over the years, the ACME team supported literally thousands of businesses, secured millions of pounds for the region and been responsible for the creation and delivery a number of key transformational projects. ACME led projects and business support tools have been replicated across the UK (including T-shirts and Suits – an ACME commissioned publication written by David Parrish, which has been translated in to 6 languages and distributed worldwide).
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TEDxLiverpool have just announced their first cohort of speakers for this year's event, entitled The Future We Will Create.
The Baltic Triangle has launched a crowdfunding campaign, entitled #BackBaltic, on global alternative finance platform Indigogo.
Baltic Creative Community Interest Company is creating nine new studio spaces, adding a further 5,809sq/ft of net lettable space specifically for Creative and Digital industries to its portfolio in the Baltic Triangle, Liverpool.