Creative Inclusion is a concept designed to enable those excluded
from the mainstream creative industry to become include through
their own range of skills and talent.
On the side of the mainstream we aim to show them the benefits of
including creative individuals from disadvantaged communities. This
is done by making both business and social cases that can show how
effective such policies can be.
Within disadvantaged communities, we show examples of progression
routes for these individuals to follow. These routes result in the
targeted individuals finding out how they can progress their skills
and talent to the level that will be accepted by mainstream industries,
making it clear about what is required to become successful.
continues to be SABA’s main method of supporting communities. Our
concept involves the use of business skills to create, build and
support social goals. At the same time we still enable individuals
and organisations to attain their desired resources through highly
successful funding strategies.
A network of consultants is used with
specialist expertise in sourcing funding. Our contacts keep us abreast
of new sources, as well as the relevant criteria required for successful
service is run by John Downie M.A., DipM, MCIM.