The Centre for Creative Collaboration was a neutral place where people from many different backgrounds – universities, large corporates, SMEs, freelancers – worked together on new things in the belief that real innovation happens at the edge and in the gaps between disciplines.
C4CC supported new types of collaboration using the principles of open innovation. This was a groundbreaking project for London, delivering collaborative projects and multi-disciplinary working in an attractive and flexible space.
The Centre for Creative Collaboration was an initiative of:
C4CC was also a partner in the London Creative and Digital Fusion project.
Funded in part by the European Regional Development Fund, London Creative and Digital Fusion was focused on job creation and new revenue opportunities for SMEs. It was a collaboration involving C4CC, the Council for Industry and Higher Education, Lancaster University, the Royal College of Art, Queen Mary, University of London, and the Work Foundation.
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