David Keel, chairman of the C4DI joins Head of Steam master chef, John Swinton, on an epic adventure to create the C4DI Burger...
Label Worx recently had an exclusive interview with renowned Underground House Music label Snatch! Records this month as they reach number 1 on online music store Beatport. They question the label about their history and how they adapt to the ever-changing music industry, as well as expanding on the recent partnership between Snatch and Label Worx themselves...
Software developers Arc Studios won the award for Best Digital Startup this year after being nominated for the award two years in a row. Creating bespoke software for local and international businesses, Arc Studios have evolved from 4 students in a bedroom to an 8-man team providing opportunities for interns and year in industry students to develop their talents and skills.
Happy Goon is an exciting startup that is based around high-quality greeting cards that you can buy online anytime, send them anywhere, and watch them come to life with the Happy Goon app.
Their Kickstarter Campaign was successfully funded and they have great plans in store.
Tim moved to Hull in October 2015. He has a Masters of Engineering from Warwick University, 8 years experience working for HSBC in a wide variety of technology roles. Check out Happy Goon's website here
With the nights getting longer and Christmas drawing nearer it's already been two incredible weeks since we moved into our beautiful new home. For those of you who haven't visited us already or aren't familiar with the world of the co-working I thought I would give you an insight into the experience inside Hull's new golden digital hub. Background
To begin with I'll start with a little bit about myself; I graduated from university last year and now work as a member in C4DI's team. Soon after graduating it became apparent to me that I really wanted to launch my own startup in the tech sector. As a philosophy graduate - I have had a lot to learn about business (and am still learning!). After doing a lot of research it became apparent to me that digital hubs were the place to be since they offered an environment most conducive for rapid learning, discovery, support and ultimately (hopefully), success.