Check the activities of CINet participants in their second meeting day.
On Friday 28 th partners visited Antenna. In 2009 Antenna became Nottingham’s digital media hub. It provides workspace units, virtual tenancy, specialist services, training and meeting spaces. Antenna also promotes collaborative innovations within the Creative Quarter’s wider network. Partners participated in a roundtable with digital and media entrepreneurs: Ewan Lamont, from Legendary Games; Steve and Annie Haley, from Multiple; Anne Whitley, from Battletop; Uzma Johai, from Threshold; and Simon Rudkin, from Northern Soul.
Later in the morning CINet participants got entrepreneurial inputs at Cobden Chambers where they observed the design and passion for quality among their artists, jewellers, designers and crafters.
After the working lunch in Lace Market House partners visited the Loxley House, at Nottingham’s City Council. There they met the Councillor Nick McDonald and Kathy McArdle, the Chief Operations Officer at the Creative Quarter.
All participants spent a nice afternoon at the Broadway Cinema, the place where cultural consumption, incubation and networking combine. They participated in another roundtable with entrepreneurs from film and media industries and Elly Fletcher, Director of Business Development at New Art Exchange, an organisation provinding professional and business development support to creative entrepreneurs.
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