Innovative start-ups urged to enter WeWork Creator Awards
WeWork is offering up to $360,000 funding to forward-thinking and creative business ideas – find out how to apply and get the funding that could change everything
Have you got a creative business idea you want to bring to life?
Do you think it might be too innovative or forward-thinking to get off the ground? Well, we have good news to share as the WeWork Creator Awards London want you!
Rewarding entrepreneurs, artists, start-ups, and non-profits who are thinking in new ways and creating real change, the WeWork Creator Awards is now open for entries with $360,000 funding up for grabs.
Established by co-working and office space provider WeWork since May 2017, the Creator Awards is a major global initiative to recognise the creators of the world – across all industries and all stages of growth.
If you’re an entrepreneur with a fresh idea, you can enter The Business Ventures Award which offers a prize amount ranging from $130,000 up to $360,000.
There is also The Nonprofit Award for charitable organisations ($18,000 to $130,000), and The Performing Arts Award for entertainers and groups ($18,000 to $72,000).
Entering gives you the chance to change everything; WeWork has given away more than $18m in Creator Awards funding to 187 winners, with more than 670 jobs created by businesses that have won.
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By applying, you’ll also receive a free one-year membership for WeWork.
If your entry is successful and you’re selected as a finalist, you will pitch live on stage at the London event on October 25 in front of a panel of judges.
The winner of the Creator Awards London will be eligible to pitch for a second time for additional funding at the Creator Awards Global Finals, taking place in early 2019 in New York.
Entries for the Creator Awards close on September 10. To enter or find out more click here.
And share your support by using the hashtag #creatorawards on social media.