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Bound by ‘Time & Place’

Contributor/ Sara D’souza Discover what makes up the fabric of our urban neighbourhoods as the thought-provoking series of talks ‘Time & Place’ gets to grips with placemaking in urban spaces. What is it? And more importantly how, whether we’re paying attention or not, does it affect our everyday lives? The talks examine its power to …

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The Future of Creative Agencies

Guest Contributor/ Duane Holland  In recent years the UK has faced the deepest economic downturn since the 1930s, but the outlook is positive with the creative industries being one of the fastest growing sectors. Further exponential growth is expected with The Arts Council predicting the UK will become the global ‘creative services hub’ by 2025.  Creative …

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Travel light

One could say that we live in a time where secretaries, desks and over-inflated offices appear excessive. Creatives from Generations X and Y are working within a network of people who’ve traded office spaces for exclusive club memberships, a movement they’re fondly calling ‘co-working’. Organisations like The Hub, Central Working, and the indefatigable Soho House were among the first to cater for …

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James Layfield

James Layfield is the serial entrepreneur behind Central Working. Central Working provides the ideal environment for growing businesses. Offering our members the support, infrastructure and tools needed to create the connections, momentum and recognition that will grow their businesses. Central Working is itself an innovative and rapidly growing business. CEO, James Layfield, was voted Entrepreneur of …

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