Collaborative creative platforms and experiences can accelerate the pace of innovation, change, or help people in need.
Combining our understanding of music, the internet, design and film, we have started this experimental do-tank.
The purpose is to invite talent and expertise around us where relevant in new and engaging ways.
It is a deliberate effort to leverage the power of social media or reach people however we can, for them to come together and tackle complex issues that may be local or global.
11th April, 2011: A unique online fund raising event involving artists & speakers supporting Architecture for Humanity's Earthquake and Tsunami relief efforts in Japan.
3rd February, 2011: This event encouraged South African charities to submit a 'pitch' - viewers from around the world then voted for the charity they'd most like to receive donations after a live webcast performance from Imogen Heap and a discussion panel hosted by Thomas Ermacora.
5th November, 2010: The world's first crowd-sourced nature film, set to a live orchestral score and performed at London's Royal Albert Hall on November 5th, 2010.
31st August, 2010: A live webcast to raise funds for the victims of the 2010 floods in Pakistan, featuring music and discussion from Imogen Heap, Sir Richard Branson and friends.