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CS Sessions – Production Social – Lifting The Lid On Amazing Craft

Wednesday, 7 May 2014 from 09:00 to 12:30 Regents Park, London, United Kingdom   CS Sessions presents the launch of ‘Production Social’. We believe great producers ‘make things possible, make […]

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Mini Austin, write up

Creative Social presents #MINIAUSTIN: Bringing coded tales, marketing buzzwords and tech crunching insights back to London from SouthBYSouthWest for all who either did not manage to smuggle a ticket into their […]

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MINI AUSTIN

Tuesday 8th April  18.30 – 23.00 @ BL_NK, 37 East Road, London, N1 6AZ   If you missed the chance of getting yourself over to SXSW this year all is […]

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#CShelsinki, Day 2

Day 2 of #CShelsinki was packed full to the brim with inspiration from some truly brilliant speakers. Here’s a few things we took away:   Passion = happiness = good […]

#CShelsinki Day 1

#CShelsinki got off to an inspiration packed start today, here are a few of the things we took away from the first day:   Producing with an audience. Indie film […]

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#CShelsinki, 21st + 22nd November 2013

#CShelsinki is just around the corner, so we thought we’d wet your appetite with a taste of what we’ll be up to in Finland this week. For anybody that doesn’t […]

#3D Print Show London

So what is 3D Printing and what was revealed at the 3D Print Show London? Last week at the Business Design Centre in Islington I witnessed a slice of the future. […]

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#CSinspire, 7th Nov – Jade Coles from Gaggle

Creative Social Inspire 2013 7th Nov, 1.15 – 6pm RichMix, 35-47 Bethnal Green Road E1 6LA London Jade Coles is part of the of sexy, scary and very loud Gaggle, a […]

Write up, #CSsessions Technology is evil

Inside the über trendy Shoreditch Studios where the exposed brickwork was laced with a 17 piece photography exhibition about ‘privacy,’ curated by Getty Images, CS Sessions took place to talk […]

#CSsessions write up, J. Paul Neeley

J.Paul started with a question, if someone asked you to visualise an internet search what would you see? The answer is almost always a Google logo. He explained that because […]