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Enterprise Business series

Looking to apply for Enterprise funding to further your screen business? These industry professionals share advice and learnings from their experience.

Enterprise Business funding supports content creation companies with their new business proposals that drive growth, quality, and pathways to sustainability, and benefit the screen industry more broadly. With applications now open, these two production companies share their key learnings and offer sound advice for anyone considering applying.

Ludo Studio is a multi-Emmy award winning production company based in Brisbane. They are the creative studio behind the global hit TV show Bluey, as well as Content, The Strange Chores and Robbie Hood. Daley Pearson and Charlie Aspinwall are the co-founders of Ludo and in this video, discuss the company’s origins, their reasons for applying for Enterprise funding and what the funding has meant to their business and impact on the screen sector.

Wildbear Entertainment creates more than 100 hours of factual television content each year for major broadcasters like ABC, Discovery, National Geographic and Netflix. Recent titles include Playing With Sharks, Hating Peter Tatchell and the AACTA Award nominated Brock: Over the Top. Veronica Fury is a principal and executive producer at Wildbear and in this video, discusses how she was able to form a partnership with Bettina Dalton and then Serge Ou and Michael Tear to form the company, how Enterprise funding impacted her career and advice for people considering applying.

For more information on the Enterprise Business funding and placement opportunities, click here.