What is The Art Of New Business? It’s their philosophy that winning new clients is an art, not a science. We’re working together on their programme designed to help creative agencies innovate, grow and develop new business with global brands.
What is the future of music? The BPI represents the UK recorded music industry globally, and run The BRIT Awards. We’ve developed a new Innovation Hub. Now one of Europe’s largest music start-up hubs, partnering 40 tech start-ups with 20 record labels.
How could Silicon Valley come to the UK? We worked together on their non-profit programme connecting 350 first-time founders and business students with the world’s best Silicon Valley companies, to learn how to build global ventures.
How do you launch a start-up in 54 hours? We worked together to organise the Seattle founded Techstars first education incubator in London, with 65+ tech entrepreneurs and developers. Mentoring 20 education tech start-ups to launch in just one weekend.
How do schools innovate? With the UK government’s Department for Education, we’ve developed 3 national innovation programmes to create new childcare models and education ventures. Helping thousands of pupils and families across England.
What are London’s biggest future challenges? The London think tank brings together influential thinkers, government leaders, global CEO’s and entrepreneurs from around the world to address this. We worked together on their Smart Cities programmes aimed at making London the best city in the world to live.
What is the future of London’s Tech City? With Centre for London and Bloomberg, we worked together to launch Connecting Tech City, a programme designed to help young people access work experience within London’s tech start-up ecosystem.
How do you sell 250 million tickets? They’re one of the world’s largest online event ticketing platforms. Since helping to launch their new London office, we’ve worked together to create events that engage and grow start-ups communities.
How can large financial institutions innovate? Their New York and London teams partnered with Centre for London on a programme to connect global CEO’s, investors and start-up founders. We worked together to help engage this audience.
Anthony David King develops and runs venture programmes for start-ups, organisations and investors. Anthony started out in the music industry in 2001, marketing global artists and brands to an audience of 17 million people. And discovered how innovation, partnerships and investment played a role in their success. So began to develop venture programmes that address multi-billion market challenges and make their learning experience more accessible. Today, these programmes include more than 200 ventures, from smart cities to music, across 17 cities, engaging millions of people every year. Since then Anthony has given more than 75 fascinating talks at start-up events, to renowned universities and global banks on how collective entrepreneurship and innovation can address some of our biggest challenges in society. And in 2016, was made a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and Commerce for this remarkable work throughout Britain.