New: BPI

What is the future of music? The BPI represents the UK recorded music industry globally, and run The BRIT Awards. We’re developing a new Innovation Hub: partnering music labels with innovative tech start-ups to create new audiences and revenue models.

Silicon Valley

Heard of Silicon Valley Comes to the UK? We work together on their programme that brings US CEO’s, serial entrepreneurs and investors to London to share with first-time founders and business students their experiences of building global business models.

Startup Weekend

How do you launch a start-up in 54 hours? We work together to bring 65+ tech entrepreneurs and educators together since the Seattle founded non-profit’s first education-tech incubator in London. Mentoring and launching 20 start-ups in one weekend.


Want to work with schools? With the UK government’s Department for Education, we design national innovation programmes that develop new models of childcare, school partnerships and ed-tech ventures impacting thousands of pupils and families.

Centre for London

What are London’s biggest future challenges? The capital’s only dedicated think tank brings together influential thinkers, government leaders, CEO’s and entrepreneurs from around the world to address this. We work together on their programmes – from smart cities to tech city – to engage new audiences.

Tech City East

What is the future of East London’s Tech City? We worked with Centre for London and Bloomberg to launch Connecting Tech City, a programme designed to rapidly scale-up the number of young people accessing learning and job experiences in Tech City.


How do you sell 250 million tickets? They’re one of the world’s largest online events ticketing platforms. We’ve worked together on a programme of events since helping to launch their new offices in London, that engage London’s best startup communities.


Know what it means? The Art of New Business. They believe winning new business is an art, not a science. We’re working together on a programme of events for creative agencies to learn how to innovate in their experiences of winning new business with brands.

JP Morgan

How do the world’s largest financial institutions innovate? Their London and New York teams partnered with Centre for London to host events asking global CEO’s, entrepreneurs, investors and politicians. We worked together to help engage this audience.


How do you launch 20 start-ups in 54 hours?


International talks on venture innovation.

15 June 2017

University of Hong Kong

19 June 2017

American University

20 June 2017

American University

28 June 2017

Helsby High School

29 June 2017

Just Entrepreneurs

30 June 2017

The BRIT School


Anthony David King represents some of Britain’s most innovative ventures, works with partners like Silicon Valley and a group of investors, and designs innovation programmes for start-ups, organisations and government. Anthony King started out in the music industry in 2001, marketing globally renowned artists and brands to 17 million fans. And discovered how innovation, investment and partnerships played a huge role in their success. So in 2011, after developing innovation programmes for more than 100 schools, start-ups and government to fund and develop new ventures, he launched Anthony David King Ventures. With a mission to do the same on a global scale and make its learning more accessible. This work now spans more than 200 ventures across 15 cities, engaging millions of people every year. And in 2016, Anthony was made a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and Commerce for this remarkable work throughout Great Britain.


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