Teaching ‘Creativity and the Creative Industries’ at LSBU, 2019/20

This Spring 2020 I am teaching ‘Creativity: The Creative Industries’ in the School of Arts and Creative Industries at London South Bank University to Level 5 students in BA (Hons) Fashion Promotion, Fashion Media, Fashion Buying and Merchandising, and BA (Hons) Fashion Promotion with Marketing. The module focuses on the theory and policy context of […]

Response: Apple vs Google is not an Apple-Microsoft re-match

In the FT this week, John Gapper debunks some of the hype around Google’s business and development model (Google’s open battle with Apple, John Gapper, Financial Times, January 6 2010 [Shared bookmark]. He writes: The contest [between Apple and Google] appears to pit not only two companies but two approaches to business. On one side […]

Vox Pop: Towards a World Creative Economy Forum?

For a Design Week Vox Pop I was asked to respond to the question: The UK could host a new creative conference, modelled on the now defunct World Creative Forum. What should the World Creative Economy Forum do differently to its predecessor to ensure its success? My reply follows. In due course I will post […]