REMIX explores the intersection between culture,
technology and entrepreneurship.

REMIX Global Summits tackle the big ideas shaping the future of the cultural sector. They are a forum where creative leaders from different sectors can exchange insights, ideas and work together towards common goals. Our sold-out summits in NYC, London, Dubai & Sydney attended by leading global cultural institutions, creative businesses, startups and media.

London 2014 which is the regional summit for Europe with 60+ speakers that can be seen below - you can also view our hall of fame to see previous REMIX speakers from Mike Bloomberg to Nasa 

Hundreds of people eager to learn how culture, technology and entrepreneurship oppose, attract or mesh together and create business value, flocked to the state-of-the-art conference room of the US business and financial news giant Bloomberg to get challenged and inspired.


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Speaker Highlights

Amit Sood

Director, Cultural Institute, Google

Justine Roberts

Founder & CEO, Mumsnet

Stuart Trevor

Co-founder, AllSaints & Co-founder, Bolongaro Trevor

Fabien Riggall

Creative Director and Founder of Future Shorts & Secret Cinema

Jean Oelwang

CEO, Virgin Unite, Virgin Group

Alex Poots

Director, Manchester International Festival

Over 60 inspiring innovators - more added every week!
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Schedule

2 Dec - Day One REMIX Summit - Google

INSPIRATIONAL TALKS, DEBATES AND PANELS FROM CULTURAL INNOVATORS, BUSINESS LEADERS, TECHNOLOGISTS AND ENTREPRENEURS. TOPICS INCLUDE INNOVATION & RISK, BOOSTING CREATIVE CITIES, STORY-TELLING, HYPE AND GROWING A GLOBAL BRAND. FOLLOWED BY A NETWORKING RECEPTION AT GOOGLE 

3 Dec - Day Two REMIX Summit - Google

MORE INSPIRATIONAL TALKS, DEBATES AND PANELS ADDRESSING THE BIG ISSUES FACING THE ARTS. TOPICS INCLUDE COMPETING ONLINE, MULTI-CHANNEL CULTURE, REINVENTION AND MISSION DRIVEN BUSINESSES. FOLLOWED BY A CLOSING RECEPTION AT GOOGLE 

WELCOME TO THE   HQ IN LONDON

Google’s London HQ is located in the Renzo Piano-designed Central St. Giles Building in Covent Garden. The stunning, industrial ‘Town Hall’ theatre space at the heart of the building will play host this year’s REMIX London Summit which is the 2014 event for Europe.

Google
Town Hall
1-13 St Giles High Street
London WC2H 8AG
United Kingdom

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REMIX exemplifies what's best about London as a major creative capital: bringing together leaders from our world famous cultural institutions with technology innovators and the young entrepreneurs creating tomorrow's brands. It’s great to see this forward looking event, which was founded in London, now heading to New York, Sydney and other big cultural cities around the globe.

BORIS JOHNSON, MAYOR OF LONDON

Launch Party - Ace Hotel, Shoreditch - 1 December 

Once again we have partnered with the Ace hotel, Shoreditch.

Our audience of creative leaders will get to network over drinks in one of the coolest venues in the capital as they enjoy the brand new top floor event space with breath-taking views over London.

Strictly for summit ticket holders only.

Address

100 Shoreditch High St, London E1 6JQ

Launch Party - Ace Hotel, Shoreditch - 1 December
Once again we have partnered with the Ace hotel, Shoreditch. Our audience of creative leaders will get to network over drinks in one of the coolest venues in the capital as they enjoy the brand new top floor event space with breath-taking views over London. Strictly for summit ticket holders only.Once again we have partnered with the Ace hotel, Shoreditch. Our audience of creative leaders will get to network over drinks in one of the coolest venues in the capital as they enjoy the brand new top floor event space with breath-taking views over London. Strictly for summit ticket holders only.

REMIX events are attended by

                                                                                                                                                                                          

REMIX pulls together some of the biggest minds working today to generate discussion and conversation and pose questions that need to be asked.

FELIX BARRETT, ARTISTIC DIRECTOR, PUNCHDRUNK

HIGHLIGHTS FROM PREVIOUS REMIX SUMMITS

Hosted in venues including MoMA, Bloomberg, Ace Hotel, Google and Carriageworks, Sydney
Sold-out summits in NYC, London, Dubai & Sydney attended by leading global cultural institutions,creative businesses, startups and media 
The REMIX ebook was published by The Guardian. Download your copy here
300+ inspirational speakers to date including Spotify, Nasa, Smithsonian, Microsoft, YouTube, Tate and V&A
Trended on Twitter in the UK, US and Australia. Over 5.3 million impressions for #REMIXNYC 
Watch videos of these inspirational talks from creative pioneers at the REMIX Academy

See what happened last year

REMIX was great! We heard from leading arts and cultural organisations, places like Google Cultural Institute all the way through to innovative start ups. My favourite quote of the day: 'Ask for forgiveness, not permission!'

PAUL VULPIANI, SOUTHBANK CENTRE

Our huge thanks go out to our partners

These supporters have backed the ideas behind REMIX and
understand the importance of this agenda for the cultural
sector.

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Become a partner

If you would like to partner with REMIX then please get in touch with partnerships@remixsummits.com

 

Early Bird

Closes October 23

Late Bird

Closes November 13

Full Price

Closes December 2

       

COMBO TICKET - DAY 1 & 2

£345 + VAT
£415 + VAT
£495 + VAT

DAY 1

£245 + VAT
£295 + VAT
£345 + VAT

DAY 2

£245 + VAT
£295 + VAT
£345 + VAT
         

Buy your Late Bird ticket here

For questions and student tickets please contact remix@culturelabel.com

Remix brought together a host of people and projects pioneering real change across culture, entrepreneurship and technology. It was both exhilarating and incredibly useful, with inspiring ideas and speakers who really had something new to say, and delegates I couldn’t wait to talk to.

Sian Brittain, Barbican Centre