6th February, 2020 at 9:00am
Big Ideas for Breakfast, with WeTransfer
Talk | Working From_ Southwark — For our members and programme participants

Drawing from the themes emerging from it's latest Ideas Report, WeTransfer will be at the helm of this breakfast session reminding us of the power of our ideas.

How do you know if an idea is worth pursuing? How many ideas is enough? What distracts you from your creative thoughts?

Holly Fraser, Editor in Chief will be exploring these questions and more; with Nelly Ben Hayoun (Founder of the University of the Underground) Nick Eagleton (Co-Founder, Saboteur) and Alice Bowsher (London-based illustrator). They'll be getting real about the maddening, mysterious and messy place where ideas grow.

About the WeTransfer Ideas Report

Ideas are a messy business. They’re maddening and unpredictable. There are dead ends, wrong turns and all manner of false starts. To get our heads around them, we created the WeTransfer Ideas Report, asking 20,000 creatives from around the world about how their ideas grow.

We crunched the numbers and took note of the trends, comparing different countries, age groups, disciplines and work environments. So what does it mean to deal in the business of ideas? How many do you need before you strike gold? And does a great idea mean money in the bank or a better-looking planet?

Enough questions. It’s time for some answers.



This event is part of a week of learning that YCN is partnering to deliver at Working From_Southwark — a new workspace by The Hoxton. Like working from home, without the distractions. The space opens on 3rd February and we’re kicking off with five full days of workshops and events – from our 90-minute masterclasses to a stimulating line up of breakfast and after-work talks and panels.

Event Details
  • Location:
    32 Blackfriars Road ,
    London, SE1 8PB,
    United Kingdom
  • Start:
    6th February, 2020 at 9:00am
  • End:
    6th February, 2020 at 10:00am

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