THE PODCASTS

Founder Simon Pitkeathley shares how Camden Collective came to life and how you create a successful co-working space.

For more information about Camden Collective, visit: www.camdencollective.co.uk

Psykologifabriken

Niklas Laninge, one of the founders of Pyskologifabriken (Psychology Factory), shares how we can enable dialogue and interaction during our brainstorm meetings at work.

For more information about Psykologifabriken, visit: www.psykologifabriken.se

HRmeetup

Caroline Gasia shares how the podcast HRmeetup became an important platform to encourage dialogue between employers, employees and HR professionals in Brussels.

For more information about HRmeetup, visit http://hrmeetup.org

Mamou-Mani

Arthur Mamou-Mani, a French architect and director of the award-winning architecture practice Mamou-Mani Architects, explains how architecture can encourage people to interact.

For more information about Mamou-Mani Architects, visit mamou-mani.com

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Length: 10:30
16.04.07

THECUBE London

Araceli Camargo, founder of celebrated THECUBE London, explains how the financial crisis became the starting point for a new kind of working space, and why THECUBE London is referred as a success example on collaboration today.

For more information about THECUBE London, visit http://thecubelondon.com

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Length: 15:04
16.02.05

Vetenskap och allmänhet

Lotta Tomasson, Public Engagement & Digital Communication Manager at Vetenskap och Allmänhet, talks about the organisation’s work to improve and facilitate dialogue between the scientists and the public.

For more information about Vetenskap och Allmänhet, visit v-a.se

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Length: 10:19
16.10.31

Lånegarderoben

Emelie Dahlström, is one of the creative founders of the inspiring Lånegarderoben - a library of clothes. Listen on how this sustainable project brought environmentalists, designers and consumers together.

For more information about Lånegarderoben, visit: http://www.lanegarderoben.se

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Length: 7:57
16.08.18