Cav’ Platform – Call for Proposals
Cav’ Platform and project of the Goethe-Institut is looking for creative industry specific content for its website. This is to provide the website with curated industry specific content. The Cav’ Platform website is fairly new, thus needs interesting and innovative content relating to the CCI. The content will be posted on the website as 1 content piece over 3 months.
Specification:The content can be from any creative industry as long as it can sit on a website. Thus needs to be text, PDF, video or podcast.
The content should focus on the entrepreneurship/business of the creative industry. (e.g. Toolkit, explainer videos, etc)
The content needs to be Innovative and currently relevant for the industry.
The content must be creative friendly, in terms of language, as this will be the primary audience for the content.
The content must be easily divided into 3 segments, with each segment been able to stand on its own.
The content provider must have an online presence to link the content from the Cav’ Platform to the content creator’s platform.
The content creator’s platform can take the format of a website, podcast, YouTube channel, etc.
The content producer must be willing to promote the Cav’ Platform on their online platform/s.
How to Apply
- Send a max. 2 page proposal which clearly outlines the content you would like to see included in the Cav’ Platform and the format it will be presented in.
- Links to your online Platform/s
- Send examples of related work
- Budget/Fee for usage of your content
Deadline: 18 July 2021
About Cav’ PlatformCav’ Platform contributes to existing efforts in the creative and cultural industry (CCI). Through Forums based on research and a virtual platform, Cav Platform provides a space for dialogue, networking, information and resources sharing.
The project is part of the Goethe-Institut initiative which comprises of the two projects Cav’ Platform and Cav’ Township. The programme aims to contribute to the creative and cultural industries in South Africa, through enabling creative organisations and small businesses towards income generation.
On behalf of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), the GIZ (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit) and the Goethe-Institut promote the emerging market of cultural and creative industries in Africa and in the Middle East.