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Peter Tullin

Co Founder, REMIX Summits & CultureLabel.com

A successful creative entrepreneur originally from the UK, Peter now lives in Australia. He is the Co-Founder of CultureLabel.com, a Venture Capital funded ecommerce site retailing art and design products from leading international culture brands including Tate, V&A and British Museum. Having grown the idea from scratch CultureLabel was successfully sold in 2014. 

Peter's work explores the future of the creative industries and he is co-author of the book Intelligent Naivety, designed to help creative entrepreneurs turn their ideas into reality. His second book REMIX was published by The Guardian and later became a series of leading global ideas conferences that explore the intersection of culture, technology and entrepreneurship. Attended by hundreds of global creative leaders each year, REMIX has taken place in cities including Sydney, New York, London, Istanbul and Dubai. REMIX Summits have featured hundreds of innovators including NASA, Red Bull, MoMA, Burning Man, YouTube, Cirque du Soleil, Buzzfeed, Spotify, The Metropolitan Museum, Virgin, V&A and the Sydney Opera House. The mission of REMIX Summits is supported through long-term partnerships with leading technology and media companies including Google, Bloomberg, Microsoft, ABC, VICE, Time Out and The Guardian. 

Through the REMIX agency he also works with cultural organisations and businesses on strategic visioning and planning. He most recently worked with the Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) to develop ACMI X, a new co-working space designed to help creative entrepreneurs shaping the future of the moving image. He is currently working with the State Library of Victoria on a major new $88.1 million capital project to remodel the library which will include Start Space a new hub to support early stage entrepreneurs. He also worked on the development of Foundry658, an accelerator to support the creative industries. Other clients include the Tate, Eventbrite, the Houses of Parliament, LVMH, School of Life, BFI, Skype and The Independent. Other significant projects include developing a vision for the new $400 million Library of Birmingham which became one of the top 5 visited cultural institutions in the UK in its opening year.

In a previous life, Peter was a Director at Arts & Business, a national agency in the UK brokering sponsorships for leading cultural organisations and FTSE 100 companies. He has also worked at Google, helping to create their new Cultural Institute in Paris. Peter also made the Top 50 of the Courvoisier Future 500 Leaders and is a Clore Fellow. He is a board member of Museums Victoria, Australia's largest public museums organisation incorporating Melbourne Museum, Scienceworks and the Immigration Museum. He is a Trust Member of Geelong Arts Centre which is currently undergoing a $167 million redevelopment and he also sits on the Creative Industries Advisory Group for Creative Victoria. 

www.remixsummits.com 

 

Simon Cronshaw

Co-Founder, CultureLabel.com & REMIX Summits

Peter Tullin

Co Founder, REMIX Summits & CultureLabel.com

Maria Balshaw CBE

Director, Tate

Yasha Young

Director & Curator, Urban Nation (Berlin)

Ekow Eshun

Creative Director, Calvert 22 Foundation (UK)

Daniel Ravner

Founder & CEO, Theperspective.com

Lucy Crompton-Reid

CEO, Wikimedia UK

Dan Kieran

Co-Founder & CEO, Unbound.com

Ricardo van Loenen

Co-Founder & CEO, B.Building

Ros Lawler

Digital Director, Tate

Chris Michaels

DIgital Director, National Gallery

Sir Tim Smit

Executive Vice-Chair & Co-Founder, Eden Project

Sharon Ament

Director, Museum of London

Rohan Silva

Co-Founder, Second Home

Tim Powell

Producer, Lost Palace (Historic Royal Palaces)

Henry Stuart

CEO, Visualise

Andrew Humphries

Co-Founder, The Bakery

Dr Tim Minshall

Professor of Innovation, University of Cambridge

Phil Edgar-Jones

Director, Sky Arts

Mark Miller

Circuit: National Lead, Tate

David White

Head of Digital Learning, University of the Arts London

Dan Snow

Historian, Presenter & Founder, History Hit

Luke Johnson

Entrepreneur, Author & Former Chair, Channel 4

Myf Ryan

Chief Marketing Officer, Westfield

Stuart McLaughlin

EMEA Senior Regional Manager, Google.org

Freya Murray

Program Manager and Creative Lead, Google Arts & Culture

Mobbie Nazir

Chief Strategy Officer, We Are Social

Dr Kris Naudts

CEO & Founder, theculturetrip.com

Anna Lowe

Co-Founder, Smartify

Daniel Murray

Co-Founder, Grabble & Mobula

Filippo Yacob

Founder, Primo Toys

Emily Smith

Director of Marketing and Business Development, Atlantic Productions

Rupert Goold

Artistic Director, Almeida Theatre

Dr Paul Thompson

Vice-Chancellor, Royal College of Art

Dave Patten

Head of New Media, The Science Museum

Dan Smith

Director & Creative Director, Factory 42

Corinne Fitzgerald

Research Co-ordinator, Swiss Re Institute

Lee Schuneman

Studio Head, Microsoft

Barbara Geary-Truan

Secretary General, The Michelangelo Foundation for Craftsmanship and Creativity

Hattie Foster

Head of Strategy, Preloaded

Kai Lutterodt

Founder, Diversity Matters

David O'Brien

Chancellor’s Fellow in Cultural and Creative Industries, University of Edinburgh

Usman Haque

Founding Partner, Umbrellium

Ruth Catlow

Co-founder, Furtherfield

Michael Eavis

Creator, Glastonbury Festival

Emma Blake Morsi

Founding Editor-in-Chief, Nocturnal

Anna Burkey

Co-Founder, Foundry658 - new Creative Industries Accelerator by State Library Victoria & Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI)

Nadia Danhash

Director of Innovation, Royal College of Art

Nene Parsotam

Co-Founder, VINE Creatives & Founding Member, We Are Stripes

Alan Firmin

Chief Marketing Officer, Bridgeman Images

John Cassy

Founder, Factory 42

Caspar Llewellyn Smith

Digital platforms editor and Head of Culture, Guardian News & Media

Sophie Harding

Trends & Insights Director, Mindshare UK