Schedule

09:00

Registration & Networking

10:00

Welcome

10:05

REMIX Key Trends - What's Next?

In this introductory session, REMIX co-founders Peter Tullin and Simon Cronshaw set the scene for a day of discussion and discovery. Their talk provides an overview briefing on key trends and opportunities for creative entrepreneurs, innovators and policy makers at the point of intersection between culture, technology and entrepreneurship.
10:30

Transforming Cultural Experiences in a Digital Age

User interactions with creative organisations are becoming increasingly complex. They incorporate digital and physical touchpoints, pre-, during- and post-visit engagement, cultural and commercial objectives, and many other considerations. Users want to engage with content and services when, how and where they prefer. This session considers what this means in reality, exploring new ways of understanding and redesigning the user journey through digital and physical opportunities based on a series of case studies from leading practitioners.
12:00

Break

12:30

NEW OPPORTUNITIES IN TECHNOLOGY, AI, VR & MIXED REALITY

A new era of technologies are changing the way we physically interact with the world around us, blurring the line between the physical and the digital. Such technologies open up new possibilities for more tailored and personalised experiences and content, in turn enhancing interaction, understanding and engagement. In this session we explore the implications and opportunities for the cultural and creative industries as well as the communities they serve.
13:30

Lunch & Networking

14:30
15:00

Future of...

These briefings aim to provide you with the latest trends and opportunities for new collaborations and models across three themes: Work, Cities and Marketing.
15:45

Break

16:45
Keynote

Keynote: Making Ideas Happen

Few projects have been as transformational as Bold Tendencies where a disused multi-storey car park in Peckham has been converted into a cutting-edge contemporary art project and dynamic urban social space which has been responsible for establishing the area as one of London's leading creative locations.

“There are few initiatives taking place anywhere in the UK that match the verve with which the Bold Tendencies Team have taken advantage of the opportunity offered by Southwark for the imaginative use of derelict space”
Sir Nicholas Serota, Former Director, Tate

This session explores the of value of the big ideas and change makers in transforming the nature of an area, and how an entrepreneur can succeed in making these big ideas happen.
17:15
Keynote

Keynote: The Future Museum

With the radical changes in behaviours brought about by the digital revolution, both the commercial and cultural sectors are seeing their business models challenged to the core: they have to adapt their offer or face a very uncertain future. Looking more specifically at shopping malls and museums, some of the strategies that they are putting into action have been inspired by how brands have been adept at creating experiences, telling stories and creating connections to build direct consumer relationships. This presentation will look at these underlying trends in the cultural and commercial sector and give some examples of changes drawn from the experience of the Design Museum, a museum that sits at the cross road between culture and commerce.
17:50

Close & Networking