You are invited to download and distribute these free resources to help creative enterprises become even more successful.
This website contains a range of free resources for the creative industries, including materials that can be freely downloaded, copied, printed and re-distributed. These free resources can be offered as free downloads from your own creative industries website and/or given away as part of training workshop materials, conference documentation – or in any other way.
The following free resources are published using a Creative Commons licence (see below) which means that anyone can copy, print and re-distribute them provided they are not changed or sold. David Parrish (and other copyright holders) retain copyright in these works. If you would like to sell them or adapt these free resources, contact David Parrish’s office first.
T-Shirts and Suits: A Guide to the Business of Creativity (eBook in English)
The free eBook version in English is available here. Also published as a free eBook in some other languages. Further translations are subject to a publishing agreement – see below.
Free Online Courses for Creative and Cultural Entrepreneurs – Marketing and Strategic Planning
Online learning courses available free worldwide, with a certificate provided at the end of each course.
Create Your Own Business Formula
Article in English and other languages available here.
Free extracts from book ‘Chase One Rabbit: Strategic Marketing for Business Success. 63 Tips, Techniques and Tales for Creative Entrepreneurs’
Several sections of the book are published free of charge, plus videos about the book.
‘Ideas in Action’ articles
Various articles illustrating cool business techniques available here, some of which have been translated into other languages. These can be downloaded, printed and shared online.
Creative, Cultural and Digital Industries Guide
Business Link guide available here
Articles on the T-Shirts and Suits blog
These blogs can be republished in print and online provided they are not changed or sold. An author credit and link must be included.
Creative Commons licences – a note from David Parrish
Most copyright work has the phrase “All Rights Reserved” attached to the copyright notice, for example: “Copyright © David Parrish. 2013. All Rights Reserved.”
Strictly speaking, this means that it is forbidden to copy the work in any way, shape or form, without the express written consent of the copyright holder.
But this is too restrictive for many circumstances.
I often want you to copy, share and distribute my ideas, articles and publications. Those works are specified above. I ask only that you keep my name attached, don’t change anything, and don’t make money from them without getting me involved.
So instead of always having an “All Rights Reserved” policy, I often have a policy of “Some Rights Reserved.” This legal position is set out in the Creative Commons licence known as “Attribution-Noncommercial-NoDerivativeWorks”, which states that:
- Attribution. You can copy and distribute the work so long as I am attributed as the author of the work.
- Non-Commercial. It cannot be used to make a profit. (We can do a different deal for this – see below.)
- No Derivative Works. The work must not be changed or built upon.
The following international version of the same Creative Commons licence will be used in future: Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0) – see this licence on the Creative Commons web site.
NB: If you want to sell, translate or adapt any of my works, please contact my office for permission. I’m always happy to talk about how we can work together for mutual benefit!
When republishing articles, please add the following copyright notice:
“Copyright © David Parrish [date]. Some rights reserved.
This work is released under a Creative Commons licence, which allows you to copy, print and redistribute it so long as you credit the author, do not change the work, and do not use it for commercial purposes.
For further information see Copyright and IP Information page.
Articles can be translated by agreement and the usual arrangement is for them to be published widely, free of charge, using a Creative Commons licence. The translator retains copyright of the translation, is given a credit and copyright notice in the translated article, plus a link to their website.
Translations of the book ‘T-Shirts and Suits: A Guide to the Business of Creativity’ are published subject to a publishing agreement which includes the payment of a royalty to the author by the publisher of the translation. Subject to this agreement, the book can be published in paperback for sale or as an eBook for free distribution.
Translations and adaptations of the ‘Creative, Cultural and Digital Industries Guide’, which can include the addition of local case studies, are subject to a publishing agreement.