LONDON CREATIVE AND DIGITAL FUSION

As part of its delivery for London Creative and Digital Fusion, Creativeworks London led on the production of a number of outputs for the London Fusion programme. These include five films, a print publication and 12 posters that were exhibited at the final London Fusion event ‘Innovation Powerhouse’ at Goldsmiths University in November 2014 – all of these outputs can be viewed and downloaded below.

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London Creative and Digital Fusion Booklet 2012–2014

The London Creative and Digital Fusion programme of interactive, tailored and in-depth support was designed to support the UK capital’s creative and digital companies to collaborate, innovate and grow. Creativeworks London contributed by running the Fusion Collaborative Awards that included Business-to-Business classes and workshops on IP. Creativeworks London is delighted to show the outcomes of the two-year programme in this …

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Innovation Powerhouse

Innovation Powerhouse disseminated some of the work done during the London Creative and Digital Fusion Programme and invited businesses to a workshop to meet and connect with financial experts, movers and shakers from the digital and creative industries. Also showcased were Fusion Collaborative Awards and Fuse companies in a poster installation during the networking that followed. Below you can download the …

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Driving Product into the Luxury Market

RolleyGolfTM worked with Goldsmiths University to enhance client relationships and boost its business strategy, enabling it to offer new employment opportunities and grow its customer base. Arnold du Toit, RolleyGolfTM founder, said: “The London Fusion project has engendered a feeling of trust and shared experience
between the project participants that we feel brings fresh understanding to a range of questions influencing …

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Beyond the Pop-Up: Rethinking Interim Use

The Creativeworks London Creative Voucher Revaluing Temporary Urban Use project brought together specialists in art, architecture and urban research and led to a public debate and knowledge cogeneration to inform working practices. Andreas Lang, director of Public Works, said:
“We benefited from the working methodologies brought to the collaboration by the researchers, which have informed our practice. The collaboration has allowed …

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Brighter Futures with Rapid 3D Scans

Product Science: Project Andiamo and Kingston University worked to ease delivery of children’s orthotics and slash waiting times from 13 weeks to 48 hours while revealing a wider market opportunity. Naveed Parvez, Product Science: Project Andiamo co-founder, said:
“In the next 12 months we will work with at least 20 families to design the service with them.” The study has produced …

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Retail Design for the Digital Era

Innovare Design collaborated with Goldsmiths University to add value for clients and improve market share by creating a knowledge hub for the Rebecca Sharman, client services at Innovare Design, said: “The main aim of the project was to challenge the way in which Innovare Design works.” The London Creative
and Digital Fusion Collaborative Award offered research input and knowledge generation support …

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London Creative and Digital Fusion

Creativeworks London at Queen Mary University of London partnered with London Creative and Digital Fusion, led by Lancaster University, from the autumn 2012 to December 2014. The London Fusion project was a 2 year programme of interactive, tailored and in-depth support, designed to help London’s creative and digital companies to collaborate, innovate and grow. The Partnership was part-financed by the …

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Arts & Humanities Research Council
European Union
London Fusion

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.