We’ve played an instrumental role in the creation of highly successful economic development projects. A selection of those projects and businesses supported are profiled in the case studies below:
Anna Meredith is a composer, producer and performer of both acoustic and electronic music and has been described as ‘one of the most innovative minds in modern British music’ (Pitchfork).
Caroline Williams is an artist working in multi-disciplinary participatory performance.
Mel Brimfield’s lively and diverse visual art practice takes a skewed and tangled romp through the already vexed historiography of performance, appropriating theatrical and mainstream entertainment formats and genres to appraise the use and value of received cultural hierarchies.
Gareth Pugh is an English-born fashion designer who has received global recognition for his approach to redefining modern luxury.
Unmade started life as a team of three young designers who became residents of Makerversity in 2013 to develop their plan to use industrial knitting machines as 3D printers for clothes.
Business Information Points
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Great Western Studios
Great Western Studios is a 60,000 sq ft facility – one of London’s best enterprise spaces and home to more than 300 creative industry practitioners.
Westminster Enterprise Centre
The Westminster Enterprise Centre supports Westminster residents hoping to move from welfare to self employment.
Impact Hub Westminster
From the outset, Hub Westminster has placed a great importance on its role to host people, organisations, networks and movements, across a diverse range of sectors. It has been embraced wholeheartedly by a broad range of different sectors, providing an energetic environment that encourages innovation and creative new approaches to doing business.
Maida Hill Place
Maida Hill Place is a first of a kind space in London designed to support food entrepreneurs.