Hiren Parmar
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Hiren Parmar

DesignerLondon, United Kingdom
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Hiren Parmar
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Hiren Parmar

DesignerLondon, United Kingdom
About me
Co-founded several music focused projects. I currently working for a climate change magazine as well as Bulb energy Interested in working with communities who value the importance of creativity, who take risks and believe they have a civic duty to better the world around them
Projects
  • Family Tree Events
    Family Tree EventsRan a string of nights filling clubs of 800 people, running digital marketing campaigns, booking artists and Djing across the UK
  • IFLA Audio Books Season 1
    IFLA Audio Books Season 1Audio books season 1 covers the theme of greenwashing featuring our articles imagined through the medium of sound and music
  • Mare Street Records Season 1 & 2
    Mare Street Records Season 1 & 2Documentary / interview archive of London's music scene featuring creative directors, musicians, fashion designers, musical journalists, labels and DJs. 2 Seasons, 7 episodes in total.
Work history
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    Event Manager & Audio ProducerIt's Freezing in LA!
    London, United KingdomFreelance
    Manage release events for our magazine issues twice yearly Produced audio books covering the theme of Greenwashing
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    Bulb logo
    Energy SpecialistBulb
    London, United Kingdom
    Roles include customer service, project management, management, training specialist & UX Design
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Skills
  • Entrepreneur
  • Demonstrates Initiative
  • Creative Drive
  • Djing
  • Team Collaboration
  • Artist Promotion
  • Coordinating Events
  • Brand Writing
  • Problem Solving
  • Critical Analysis
Education
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    2:1 in BSc Cognitive Neuroscience and PsychologyUniversity of Manchester
     - Manchester, United Kingdom
Awards
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    Biology OlympiadBritish Biology Olympiad
    Awarded a bronze medal in the 2014 Biology Olympiad - a national competition run by the Royal Society for the highest performing science students in the UK.