The three year funded research project aims to find new organisational models for public service media, such as co-working spaces: www.creativemediaclusters.com Public service media use top-down corporate structures with departments for different forms of media, this may inhibit more fluid working practices. I want to interview CEOs and producers of creative firms who are working in partnership 'clusters' or co-working spaces to find out what are the advantages and disadvantages. Are the more 'corporate' co-working spaces, such as MaRS, feeding back the benefits to tenants? How do more 'grass-root' co-working spaces differ? Findings will be shared with Campfire members.
It looks like a corporate HQ but MaRS is one of the largest co-working spaces in Toronto, if not worldwide. MaRS enables SMEs to take on bigger contracts through partnerships and networking. I would like to interview London-based CEOs and producers working in the Creative Industries who are either based in co-working offices or thinking about doing so.
11 Aug 2017 at 04:39 by Lizzie Jackson
From Wednesday 16th August until mid-September - in London - I'm looking for interviewees (in audio) for the research project which is looking at the organisational structures of creative media and high technology firms. CEOs and producers.