Whether you are considering to throw a music event, conference, company celebration or exhibition, you will need a great deal of resources and planning. Given that events are so wide ranging and can be customised to fit any need, the best practices for effective event planning also vary widely. Guest blogger Susan Roan shares some tricks and tips to ensure your next event has a long-lasting buzz!
If you’re happy, are you likely to be more productive, or is the reality of being happy that you’re more inclined to skip work and indulge in extracurricular activities?
In our forty sixth episode Richard is joined by regular contributor Deborah Henry-Pollard to discuss making ideas happen.
How do you stay productive as freelancer working from home? Susan Roan shares 11 top productivity tips.
Creatives Hub are hosting a Clarity for Creatives Twitter Chat, launching on 10th August 2015 under the hashtag #ClarityChat. Join us Monday evenings from 7pm-8pm to get clarity on your creative direction.
CHLive – space for creatives to connect, be inspired and take action. We’d love to see you there!
Jessie Smith reviews our ReverbLive2014 Podcast event which took place on December 5th at Ziferblat London featuring Hanna Willow, Nadine and My Northern Sky.
Review of our sixth CH Live! event held on Wednesday 29th October 2014 in London, UK. Key speaker was Anthony O-Thomas CEO of GoodFruit crowd funding.
Review of our fifth Creatives Hub Live! event held on Tuesday July 29th 2014.
In Episode #11 we chat to Joey & Persia from Addictive Daughter about the inspiration behind Addictive Daughter, oh and farmers and sailors….
Review of our fourth Creatives Hub Live! event held on Tuesday April 29th 2014 in London, UK.
January 2014, our third CHLive! took place, and it was a corker! Creatives from different disciplines joined together to kickstart their creative lives. Read on for more.
The term solopreneur is often used for those who work on their own but have no desire to build a large empire. But what’s it really like being one?
This post is taken from the talk I gave at CHLive! London on 16th July 2013.
July 16th, in a very hot and sticky bar near St. Paul’s London we held the first of our quarterly Creatives Hub Live! events.
You’ve made a plan and know what to do, so you just have to get on and do it. Except you’re stuck. What’s happening when we procrastinate, and how do we overcome it?
If you’ve watched TED talks about starting something new and changing the world, you will have heard people talk about not trying to do it all by yourself.
Don’t keep your ideas to yourself. Sharing your ideas can transform them from thoughts to making them real. Here’s how.
Its not good to be alone. Don’t make the checkout staff at your local supermarket your only regular human contact -as wonderful as they may be. Keep meeting new people.
Being curious about other people is what networking is about. Being interested and listening to everyone around you not just those at an official networking event.
In Episode 5 we interview Michael MacMahon a public speaker, author, actor, coach, voice over artist and unsurprisingly a scanner.
What I learnt that night changed my concept of work forever.
The place was buzzing. It was filled with mainly people in their 20's and 30s sharing a drink and discussing everything from...