Not content with editing the art section of Time Out, Eddy Frankel decided to create OOF, a brilliant and beautiful magazine about the relationship between his two passions – art and football. During this lunchtime talk, he’ll explain how…
Clever Boxer hosts two of the world’s most influential and exciting tech venture capitalists from Atomico who join this very special night of speed mentoring with Pip Jamieson, founder of creator network The Dots
Pip Jamieson, founder of creator community The Dots, will be talking through her journey from quitting her dream job at MTV, to sinking her life savings into co-founding her first creative business in Australia, and then launching her rapidly growing startup
Join the founder of BorrowMyDoggy in west London to talk startup tips, the sharing economy and turning your interest into a business
Pip Jamieson is the inspirational founder and CEO of The Dots shares her techniques and tips for making it in business without burning out
It’s difficult to know where to start when it comes to making your business dream a reality. Let Clever Boxer co-founder Alan Rutter will explain the four areas you’ll need to explore to be successful: Vision, Product, Marketing and Money
Career paths rarely run in a straight line, and maybe your next role needs to be completely different from your last. Let founders of Clever Boxer Simone Baird and Alan Rutter go through the joys an pitfalls of jumping from one career to the next
Hackney-based couple Michael and Mark have taken the most important meal of the day and turned it into a stylish Instagram smash hit. Through posting their imaginative and beautiful matching breakfasts each day, they've created a loyal following of 340,000 people.
Mark Wilding is the editor, publisher and delivery driver at Dalstonist. He launched the east London publication Dalstonist in 2013 and it is now published in print every quarter and reaches more than 60,000 readers every month online.
Many of us dream up mad ideas but too often we think they just can't be done.