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How to set up and run a creative hub

Hubs are co-working or cultural spaces focussed around collaboration and community. If you are looking to set one up or run one, the Creative HubKit has examples of best practices from some of the most successful hubs in the UK and Europe. It was created together with Creative Edinburgh and Creative Dundee.

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How and why to run a creative hack

Hacks bring together people to find new ways of looking at challenges, start to think about ways of solving them, and most importantly finding ways to collaborate.

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Find new ways of doing things

The IDEO methods cards have been created by design firm IDEO to inspire creativity, make it easier to communicate with your team, help you think about things differently.

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Mapping the Creative Industries: a Toolkit

In many places, little is known about the size or location of the creative industries, or what their needs are. Mapping is the first step in changing this. This toolkit, developed by BOP Consulting does just that.

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Policy Guides

Creative Hubs Mapping Taiwan

How the creative economy in Taiwan is developing, with recommendations and outlooks for the future.

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Policy Guides

Mapping Creative Hubs in Malaysia

Mapping of creative hubs, including what we include in the definition of hubs, background, business models and structures. It also includes a directory of creative hubs and spaces in Malaysia.

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