When a fantastic opportunity for the North East is presented, of course we’re going to get involved!
We work across the UK, but we’re massive ambassadors of our home region of the North East. When Generator announced the launch of their new network, Generator Union, we couldn’t wait to find out more.
What’s Generator Union?
Generator Union is a new creative and cultural network, launched to foster collaboration, generate jobs and support the region’s economy. It has a particular focus on the arts, culture and creative sectors.
What do you get?
The network brings together the region’s leading businesses, creative trailblazers and cultural venues to offer a range of exclusive member benefits. These include events, seminars, lectures and talks, unrivalled networking opportunities and chances to promote jobs, news and offers to huge online and offline communities.
Members also gain access to third party offers, and can earn discounts on Generator and its partners’ popular paid events, including the brand-new emerging music festival Generator Live.
How does it work?
The founders of Generator Union believe in true access for all without barriers. So membership starts with a free tier for freelancers, start-ups and students, to enable access to the region’s leading cultural and creative figures and all available opportunities.
SMEs and larger enterprises who align with Generator’s mission can choose from a range of pricing options in a ‘pay-what-you-feel’ model. Packages include additional benefits like promotion in newsletters, an online members directory and opportunities to speak at or host events.
Could I benefit from a membership?
It’s all very exciting for the region and we’re looking forward to offering our support, collaborating, and connecting with other members.
We’d suggest that our clients, connections, and friends, especially those in the creative sector, learn more about the benefits of Generator Union.
It could be an opportunity for you to do some amazing collaborative work, find future employees and make some really meaningful connections.