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Entrepreneur Award supported by Arts Council England

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About Arts Council England

Arts Council England’s support is central to the success of Youth Music, having supported the charity since its foundation in 1999 using public funding from the National Lottery. We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government and an estimated £860 million from the National Lottery to help deliver this vision.

For a young person who has established their own music-related business, e.g. events, record label, marketing and PR.

You're about to enter the 2021 Youth Music Awards! If you have any trouble with any part of this form, please drop us an email: comms@youthmusic.org.uk

The Awards are free to enter, and open to anyone who has taken part in a project funded by Youth Music since January 2015. You can nominate yourself, a friend, a family member or someone you've worked with on a project.

Please note that if your nomination is shortlisted, we may use information you provide about why this nominee deserves to win in publicity for the Youth Music Awards (e.g. on our website, social media, Awards brochure).

Your details

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Nominee details

Are you nominating yourself or someone else?
Nominee age

Project details

This should be an organisation which has run a Youth Music project within the last five years.
If you know the name of the project(s) you or the act you're nominating has taken part in with the above organisation, please list them here:

Your entry

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50 MB limit.
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Artist profiles

If you'd like to share any additional links to the music and social media profiles of the person you're nominating, you can do this below. This information won't be used to judge the entry, but it will help us share their music with a wider audience!

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A couple of final things...

two people standing in front of white board with logos, one holding up award and holding up two fingers peace sign
Award winner Seshie Henry with Fay Watts from Lark Music. Photo by Blouhaus Photography.

2019 shortlist

Learn more about the winner and nominees for the 2019 Entrepreneur Award sponsored by Lark Music.