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Create or Die?

Create or Die?

Can you and your job survive this age of job automation? C4DI member Peter Snelling thinks so.

Digital creative, Peter Snelling is the founder of multi-award winning My Pockets - a company that specialises in making innovative and heartfelt films, digital campaigns and social art projects. He believes that the key to surviving the age of automation is by embracing creativity - something he thinks won't easily be replaced by machines.

The co-working experience in Hull's new digital hub

The co-working experience in Hull's new digital hub

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.