REMIX Summit for Culture, Tech, Entrepreneurship



The event brings together world class speakers from across industries to discover, share and explore new ways to build big ideas in the cultural and creative industries.



REMIX Summits tackle the big ideas shaping the future of the cultural and creative industries. By brings together leaders from across industries they facilitate the exchange of ideas and insights, fostering dialog and collaboration.


A radically new approach to cultural sector training. The Academy bringing the tools, knowledge and experience from entrepreneurs and world leading experts from a wide range of industries and packages them into master classes and workshops that help cultural organisations excel. Online master classes available soon via our partnership with The Guardian.


Our blog and videos from past REMIX summits are full of ideas and insights about the intersection of culture, technology and entrepreneurship. A source of inspiration for every cultural professional who wants to break the mould. Our latest book REMIX published by The Guardian explores emerging consumer and tech trends impacting culture. Intelligent Naivety our first publication is a handbook for the would-be cultural entrepreneur.

We are delighted to welcome some amazing speakers including:

  • Andrew Miller, CEO of Guardian Media Group
  • Leonora Thomson, Director of Audiences and Development, BarbicanPeter Williams, Founder and CEO of Jack Wills
  • Sally Tallant, Director of Liverpool Biennial
  • Stephen Godfroy, Co-Owner/Co-Director of Rough Trade
  • Brie Rogers Lowery, Country Director, UK,
  • Yana Peel, CEO of Intelligence Squared and Co-founder of Outset
  • Jo Vidler, Founder and Creative Director, Wilderness Festival
  • Ben Barokas, GM, Global Marketplace Development, Google
  • Susie Donaldson, Marketing Director, Canon UK
  • Rytis Vitkauskas, Co-founder and CEO of YPlan
  • Chris Whiteley, VP Digital Strategy & New Business Development, BBC Worldwide
  • Daniel Priestley, Author of the ‘Key Person of Influence’ and ‘Entrepreneur Revolution’
  • Hannah Barry, Founder, Hannah Barry Gallery and Bold Tendancies
  • Jon Bradford, Managing Director, Techstars
  • Diana Verde Nieto, CEO of
  • Eric Van der Kleij, Technology entrepreneur and Head of Level39
  • Gavin Strange, Senior Designer, Aardman Animations
  • Andy Hewitt, Co-Founder,
  • Jenny Griffiths, Founder and CEO of Snap Fashion
  • Mary-Alice Stack, Chief Executive of Creative United

There will be over 30 speakers in total with more announced each week leading up to the event.

For information and tickets visit:  (early bid ticket deadline: 16/05/2014)



We are the cultural entrepreneurs behind A unique online superstore officially partnered with the leading museums and galleries from around the world including Tate, V&A, British Museum, Royal Academy, Saatchi Gallery.

We have always been passionate about combining culture, technology and entrepreneurship. We created REMIX as platform for this type of thinking and to be a bridge, connecting the different sectors together.

Venue: Level39 is Europe’s largest Financial Technology accelerator attracting entrepreneurial talent from around the world to the heart of London’s business community. On the 39th floor of the iconic One Canada Square tower, the state of the art venue has dramatic views across London that take the breath away.

One Canada Square
Canary Wharf
London E14 5AP
United Kingdom


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