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  • Stepping out of the comfort zone

    “Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life” – Confuscious

  • A Day in the Life of a Scribe

    If you haven’t come across a scribe before, then we hope this will provide insight into how an Innovation Arts graphic facilitator works. If you have seen our work at an event or a conference, this might answer some of the questions we are often asked about this fascinating and vibrant discipline. The primary function…

  • Making our bold moves with tedxteen

    When you are called in to work on a Saturday, it’s lovely when it doesn’t actually feel like work – luckily, TEDxTEEN can be depended upon for fun, excitement, and inspiration. So, Saturday June 24th, our scribes happily travelled down to the 02 – coffees in hand – to capture the rich, diverse and always…

  • Hope in Berlin: We join Save the Children for their 2017 Global Conference on Children on the Move

    Keeping positive can prove challenging when a scroll through your newsfeed submerges you in painful stories of suffering abroad and at home. At Innovation Arts we are given the unique opportunity to collaborate with organisations that refresh the narrative – writing empowering and hopeful stories through hard work. Save the Children is one such organisation,…

  • Innovation Arts talks “Deep Listening” with Oscar Trimboli

    According to leadership coach, speaker and author, Oscar Trimboli, we spend half of our days listening, yet most of us aren’t equipped with the skills for deep listening: Multiple academic studies have shown that between 50% and 55% of your working day is spent listening, yet only 2% of people have been trained in how…

  • TED-2014

    TED 2014: The next chapter

    This year, TED celebrates 30 years of ideas worth spreading, and we were very excited to be a part of ‘The Next Chapter’ in Vancouver. As expected, TED didn’t disappoint, delivering a 5 day schedule packed with inspirational, engaging and thought-provoking content. In case you haven’t had a chance to watch any of it yet…

  • HR Summit 2014

    This week, Innovation Arts attended the Annual HR Directors Business Summit in Birmingham. We were invited to ‘live scribe’ some of the inspirational talks from leading experts, with topics covering everything from discovering goldmines of talent to the role of robots in the future HR world!

  • London Dialogue 1

    Swiss Re’s Open Minds Forum in London

    The dialogue started in Zurich and continued in London for Swiss Re’s 150 Anniversary at the Olympic Park. Our scribing from the previous event acted as a springboard for the conversations to be had over the weekend. Keynote speaker, Lord Sebastian Coe, provided a fascinating insight into the risks associated with the London 2012 Games.

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    Swiss Re’s 150 Years Anniversary event in Zurich

    We recently got back from the launch event of Swiss Re’s 150 Years Anniversary in Zurich, where we scribed a series of dialogue sessions. The dialogue sessions focused on the biggest risks faced today and by future generations: Advancing sustainable energy solutions Funding longer lives Managing climate and natural disaster risk Partnering for food security.

  • We’re in the papers…in Mexico!

    We were very lucky to be invited to scribe at Foro Banorte last summer. This was an event hosted by Mexican bank Banorte that aimed to spark conversation surrounding the growth of the Bajio region of Mexico.