Creativeworks London brings new collaborative research opportunities to London’s creative businesses. We are thirty-eight London-based universities, colleges, museums, libraries and archives. Together, we have unrivalled skills and expertise that can be of benefit to businesses who are interested in exploring areas such as entrepreneurial development, emerging markets, new ways of engaging London’s diverse audiences, and the development of digital resources and media content.

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If you are running a business in the digital media, advertising, music, performing or visual arts, publishing, design or fashion sectors we can help you. If you are an academic in the arts and humanities looking to take your knowledge to business, we can assist you as well.

Funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council, Creativeworks London aims to bring creative people together to explore the issues that impact on London’s creative economy and to facilitate exciting new collaborations.

We will be working with London’s creative business owners’ to assist company growth and to explore three major questions:

  • How can we make London a better place to work and live for creative professionals?
  • What is special about London’s Digital Economy and how can we ensure its success in a global context?
  • How do London’s diverse audiences engage with cultural experiences in an environment increasingly influenced by digital technologies? 

Over a three year period, we will be allocating one million pounds-worth of Creative Vouchers to London-based businesses to support collaboration with Arts and Humanities academics across the capital. These vouchers will give small companies access to our historians, linguists, lawyers, computer scientists, archivists, curators, to name only a few.

Please contact us at info@cwlondon.org.uk


Creativeworks London is one of four Knowledge Exchange Hubs for the Creative Economy funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) to develop strategic partnerships with creative businesses and cultural organisations, to strengthen and diversify their collaborative research activities and increase the number of arts and humanities researchers actively engaged in research-based knowledge exchange.

Arts & Humanities Research Council
Queen Mary - University of London
London Fusion
European Union