Home: Creative Entrepreneurship
6 March 2014
The YCE programme handpicks the most exciting creative innovators and brings them together. Our network is diverse and dynamic. Meet some our UK alumni.
8 October 2013
Tom Higham, Executive Producer at FutureEverything, reflects on the experience of running Russia's first art hack as part of our global Culture Shift programme.
29 September 2013
"It has never been so challenging and so rewarding to create and invest in Brazil as it is now."
Marcos Ferreira, Brazil's YCE Media winner 2013, talks about Brazil's media revolution.
20 August 2013
Technologists and cultural practitioners convened for another round of Culture Shift in Johannesburg, to collaborate on new digital ideas for the cultural sector. Nana Ocran hears from the winning participants!
13 August 2013
The must-read second edition of SyncTank is now available for download, with a fresh selection of insights into digital thinking and practice in the arts. Rohan Gunatillake tells us more about it and the work of Sync.
3 June 2013
Joshua Oliver and his UnBox team use their combined skills in filmmaking, animation and research to build a game from scratch that raises awareness about the plight of farmers in India.
AHRC fellow, Misha Myers, reflects on the research and development behind the UnTill team's game-based learning platform, 'Crop Cycle'.
25 May 2013
Saswat Mahapatra, an Animator and Illustrator from New Delhi, reflects on the challenges he and his UnTill team faced when they designed a prototype online educational game, promoting agriculture in India.
13 May 2013
Visual anthropologist, Ioanna Manoussaki-Adamopoulou and her team at UnBox look beyond traditional weather-beaten signs to find new ways of engaging with historic sites along the Grand Trunk Road in India.
30 April 2013
CENTRES is a multilaterial project aimed at promoting creative entrepreneurship in schools. Two international conferences have already taken place in Krakow and London exploring how and why this should happen.
16 April 2013
When the British Council and partners took a leap ‘out of the box’ of academic and industry partnerships, no one quite imagined the remarkable power of creativity and technology in response to India's design challenges.
20 March 2013
Jo Morrison, Digital Projects Director at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, shares some of the insights from a digital workshop she facilitated for creative entrepreneurs in Nairobi.
7 October 2012
Follow Sarah Thelwall (MyCake.org) in her discovery of pioneering fashion and design entrepreneurs in Saudi Arabia.
21 August 2012
The Nesta ‘Train the Trainer’ pilot programme trialled in Nigeria in May, led by consultant and trainer, Percy Emmett. Feedback from participants has been overwhelmingly positive.
5 August 2012
Sarah Thelwall considers the policy issues and other aspects of Lebanese fashion & design sector that affect the development of creative enterprises in Lebanon.
29 July 2012
Sarah Thelwall explores the route that emerging fashion & design entrepreneurs in Lebanon are taking in order to get their enterprises moving, in the absence of government funding and supporting trade bodies.
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