What are your favourite things about your roles?
Gerald: We throw some pretty cool events, about female entrepreneurs, education, social change. But the fun events are actually about inspiration. Getting people in here for cocktails, networking and speaking to others. We find it inspires them to take that leap.
Jenine: I love seeing a freelancer come in, then employing somebody and growing their team. For example, we had PACK'D starting smoothies and a year later I walked into Sainsbury's and saw that product in the freezer.
Why is being in Pop Brixton important to you?
Gerald: Seeing the Rastafari movement come in here, their eyes light up and notice that this place is black owned. When we think about gentrification, a lot of the black community assume that they can't own a space like this. They assume that they don't belong in a space like this. Programs like Open Project Night and seeing a diverse community, people that wouldn't typically walk in here, is amazing to me.