Aggregating talent and creating collaborations in London’s Knowledge Quarter

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Daniel Stevens - Advocacy & Communications Manager, Knowledge Quarter London

Daniel Stevens is the Advocacy and Communications Manager of London’s Knowledge Quarter, a consortium of knowledge creators within a one miles radius of Kings Cross. KQ Partners include over 90 academic, cultural, research, scientific and media organisations large and small: from the British Library and University College London to Universal Music, Sadlers Wells, British Museum, Francis Crick Institute and Google. The aim of the KQ is to encourage all kinds of knowledge seekers to make the most of the partners’ combined resources. To break down barriers and stimulate dialogue, getting the whole area buzzing with ideas.

Daniel has been working in networks and multi-stakeholder partnerships for most of his career. Previously he managed stakeholder relations for the British Council; the UK’s largest charity. Prior to that, he was an elected Sabbatical Officer for the National Union of Students and a former President of Warwick Students’ Union.