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- CityLifeCity Life celebrates cities as sites of connectivity and creativity, where people, industries and ideas collide and new possibilities are generated. Running throughout October, the festival explored the relationship between urban spaces, communities and identities and champion London as a place of inclusivity and diversity through a mix of supper clubs, creative workshops, screenings, performances and discussions.
- Unwrapped: The Principles of Creative Business SuccessThe million dollar question: How do you futureproof your business? Second Home London Fields has landed and we're celebrating with a week of events, championing social change, creativity and entrepreneurship - London Fields Unwrapped. In this class Celebrity photographer Dan Kennedy looks at how changes in the photography industry spurred him to redesign his approach to being a creative - from finding a mentor, outsourcing administrative tasks, exploring multiple revenue streams to taking a mo6
- Unwrapped: Redefining FemininityTo celebrate International Women’s Day 2019, – we organised a week of events celebrating the power, the pain and the pleasure of twenty-first century womanhood. Including talks, discussions, workshops, food, music and drinks. Check out the programme here: https://secondhome.io/cultural-programme/unwrapped-redefining-femininity7
- Unwrapped: Women Tech DisruptorsWith women making up only 20% of the tech industry, what is actually being done to make the tech space more inclusive? What visibility, community and resources do women need to get ahead in technology? We brought together a panel of tech disrupters to discuss the challenges and opportunities in the industry, and shine light on breaking the barriers in tech innovation. Joining Google on the panel we had; Amy Thompson - Founder of the Moody App - a brilliant femtech app that allows women to trac11
- Unwrapped: Demystifying Female MastrubationLast week we hosted an honest and frank discussion about female masturbation! Sex Tech is an industry forecast to be worth £22 billion by 2020. SODA (The School of Digital Age) is dedicated to smashing the taboos surrounding female pleasure, and is working to promote the use of sex toys to help bridge the satisfaction gap. SODA’s creative director, Jackie Annesley kicked off the conversation igniting a much needed discussion around the stuff women want to know more about, but feel too awkward22
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