My name is Emrys Green and I am a UK based Digital & Arts Projects Manager. I consult on a range of topics generally linked to the cultural sector, young people and promotion of enterprise and organisations in the digital sphere.
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In addition to my work as Director of Cloud Artisans and Unit Twenty Three I am the Business & Projects Manager for Upstart Projects, a qualified Apprenticeships Assessor, and speaker/facilitator on a range of youth engagement (and policy), social media and enterprise promotion topics.
I believe in helping who I can; seeking, creating and making the most of opportunities.
Please visit www.emrys.tel for my contact information.
Emrys Green - Consultant, Speaker, Facilitator & Trainer
I am an experienced facilitator and trainer. Specialising in creative methods of engagement and explorative facilitation (the group present take a lead contribution to their collective development). Typical areas I facilitate are stakeholder engagement and policy development. These categories stretch across sectors and types of organisations from small local businesses wanting to market to local customers through to multi-national charities wanting to engage with young people in countries around the world.
I am available for public speaking engagements across the UK and Europe on many specialist topics thanks to a diverse range of experiences and research that I have previously conducted. I primarily talk about start-up and socially responsible business, staff/public engagement, and all issues affecting young people's development in the community (including arts) as key topics.
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Emrys Green MInstLM LCGI FRSA BA(Hons)
I hold a BA in Management from Nottingham Business School where I am also an Alumni Fellow, A Licentiateship in Management from the City and Guilds Institute of London, various arts based & project management qualifications, the certificate in Assessing Vocational Achievement and am a member of the Institute of Leadersip and Management and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.
Previous organisations I have worked with freelance include Participation Works, Arts Council England, Trinity College London, Save the Children, National Childrens Bureau, National Youth Agency, Creative and Cultural Skills Council, North Hertfordshire College and Access To Music. I have also been engaged with Young Enterprise UK and the British Council.
Cloud Artisans Ltd
Crafting bespoke web applications is our specialty. We work with a number of clients to create functional websites that deliver a complex set of features in a simplified format for users.
We pride ourselves in the partnerships we have developed to provide ongoing support to customers and those that return on a regular basis with new ventures or projects.
In addition to offering hosting & domain registration we have our own VoIP (Internet Telephone) brand Cloud Tele.
Unit Twenty Three Ltd (Social Enterprise)
Unit Twenty Three was born out of developing community work by both Cloud Artisans and also CEG Productions of which I was a founder (in 2007) and a Director until late 2014. It exists to provide support to young people and creative enterprise primarily but is increasingly expanding its community engagement work - using the creative sector to engage with all area of our community.
Flagship projects include a theatre piece about young carers called Freefall and an annual community arts festival, Dissfest. Freefall was work we carried forward from a charity I was previously a director with called TheatreIS...
Upstart Projects (Charity)
A newly formed charity created in 2014 to further the work we were building with Trinity College London on the Arts Award programme. Our key areas of work include the Arts Award Youth Network and Arts Award Voice. However my work with Trinity has spanned the support for developing the digital presence for the Rock and Pop website, contributing to staff recruitment and facilitating sessions at various conferences about youth engagement, digital working and ofcourse the youth network programmes iteself.
Upstart Projects is also developing new work for the cultural sector, training young people and organisations. The young people we train also get involved in some of our commissioned work and we are proud of growing new associates to work with us from original members of the Arts Award Youth Network programme.