• Monday 24th July
  • Winter

This year sees us team up with YCN, a creative agency in London which help their curated roster of studios make valuable new connections, stimulate business growth and curate events and workshops to inform and inspire.

Already there are many events and workshops planned into the calendar, including a talk that highlights the ‘importance of heritage’, held at the iconic Heal’s Tottenham Court Road flagship store and examining how ‘scientific concepts are visually brought to life’ courtesy of the Wellcome Trust. All themes that will be invaluable to learn more about and to then work into our current and future projects.

Studio development is something we are always keen to be investing in, the design industry moves at lightening speed and we want to be up there at the front. YCN will help support our learning and business development to grow even faster through tailored events and talks and share inspiring resources that may be relevant for current projects.

YCN will also keep us connected with some of the most aspiring businesses and creatives in the world, a combination that will help build a platform to go on and create the best work of our careers.

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Photographs taken from recent YCN events and workshops

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