A group of 10 creatives will mark the end of a university programme by showcasing their businesses to the public.
The Creative Accelerator has been run by Look Again, run by Gray’s School of Art in collaboration with Robert Gordon University’s Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group (EIG).
To help launch their business, or to take their existing concept to the next level of development, participants have spent the last three months taking part in training, mentorship and development opportunities.
They will also be given work space at the Look Again project’s venue at 32 St Andrew Street in Aberdeen.
The Creative Accelerator Exposition takes place at the venue from tomorrow until Sunday, from 11am to 5pm.
Hilary Nicol, co-director at Look Again, said the mission of the scheme is to support the growth of creative industries in the north-east.
She said: “Over the past three months the creative entrepreneurs have been testing, developing and growing their ideas.
“The showcase and exposition is a celebration of the progress of these exciting businesses and an opportunity for them to build new connections, promote their work and highlight their success.”
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