Despite the doom and gloom there is also room for appreciation on the creative mindset that seems to be unleashed. Forced by this evil virus that spreads around to quickly and easy, people come up with creative solutions to give meaning to life. These posts are small examples of human ingenuity in these dark hours.Read more "BLOG: Corona-vid’19 measures worldwide force people to become creative in ways never imagined"
What is the key to success? How does creativity affect business and what is Eyal’s vision on different business cases? In this inspiring podcast, the experienced entrepreneur Eyal Bazelet unveils his vision on creativity, different business models and the key to success.Read more "”A lot of entrepreneurs are just creative people without an artistic talent”"
“The message of Labyrinth is that “we are one person”, so we should not focus on differences such as skin colour. Those are just things that create distraction.” – Sam Kingue Ebelle Naomi Ariga and Josephine Frans spent a Monday evening conversing with Sam Kingue Ebelle, the owner and barkeeper of Labyrinth, to gain insights […]Read more "Conversations with Sam – the poetic mixologist"
Today we are going to meet up with Rebecca Slee, a young upcoming photographer from Amsterdam who has lived and worked in New York for several months. She is very interested in the online and offline world and how these two come together. Also, she is the Visual Curator of Storytelling of Message In A […]Read more "Rebecca Slee about Two Worlds, One Society & Photography"
Ron Simpson, founder of The Avocado Show, is an exceptional allrounder: After working in marketing, founding two advertising agencies and being a DJ he became famous with his innovative avocado restaurant. Which started two years ago just as an idea for a small avocado restaurant, went viral worldwide even before the restaurant actually opened its […]Read more "How Ron transformed a trend into the most exciting food startup in the world – The Avocado Show"
“I think Coloured Goodies is needed everywhere.” This sentence describes the mission and vision of cultural entrepreneur Ellen Brudet. For the past 13 years, Ellen has focused on creating a store for the Afro-Dutch society in The Netherlands. Ellen Brudet After giving birth to her first son, Ellen discovered that there was an enormous shortage […]Read more "“If they could do it, who am I to say I can’t do it?”"
In this podcast series we wanted to explore how craftsmanship and community work in our digital society and world. This time we are interviewing Lennard, the founder of Studio Pansa, a ceramics makerspace in Amserdam Oost. Studio Pansa, which was partially crowdfunded and opened in May 2018, does not only provide pottery courses but […]Read more "“Dirty hands clear mind” at Studio Pansa"
A podcast with John James about creativity and trends Growing up in the Caribbean and the United States, John James is now the entertainer in one of Vienna’s biggest hip hop clubs, VIE i PEE. He spreads good vibes and he loves to make people happy. “It doesn’t matter how long it takes […] but […] if you […]Read more "You might be the next billionaire"
A podcast about creativity with Robert Simon Born in New York City, Robert Simon has been living in different european cities before he decided to settle down in Amsterdam. The former teacher of the minor global trendwatching tells us about his meaning of creativity, his favourite quote and music artist. By Valentina Volcich & Marion […]Read more "Destruction was my Beatrice"