Questions? Read our FAQs
Questions? Read our FAQs
In an our increasingly individualistic society, the value that community brings is more important than ever. Communities give humans the ability to connect, support, and share ideas. They've also helped brands engage with their audiences more genuinely, which is why "Community Manager" has become such a popular job title.
How can you use community to better engage with your customers and reach them in impactful ways? Join us at the beautiful Interchange Camden with some of London's top community managers for a discussion on the ins and outs of community and the value it can bring to your organisation.
Head of Community,
Sam's mission is for less people to fall into the careers and rather actively choose what they want their future to look like based on sharing knowledge and understanding the different types of roles in the technical space. To try achieve this mission she works with a variety of communities within London, helping organise and host events and presentations with a focus on developing talent and mentoring for everyone from students to CTOs. When she's not doing that she is the Head of Community at YunoJuno making sure the freelancer voice is heard! She occasionally sleeps :)
Jamie’s Weekly Coffees
Together with two fellow Londoners, Julien Steel started Jamie’s Weekly Coffees (jamieapp.co), an app that connects two people from the start-up community serendipitously for coffee meetings every Friday, based on registered interests. Jamie launched in early 2016, and has facilitated over 4,000 weekly connections to date.
Julien is also a social entrepreneur and the Co-Founder of Simba Education (simbaeducation.com), an education technology platform developed to pioneer quality education standards for early childhood education in Sub-Saharan Africa.
After graduating from the London School of Economics, Grace went on to work in Development at The Royal Academy of Arts, supporting the Friends scheme consisting of over 90,000 members. With a background in membership, marketing, customer relations and strategy, Grace decided to move into the start-up world, managing Work.Life's first site in Camden. Now on their fourth location, Work.Life believes in making Monday mornings more enjoyable by creating beautiful spaces with a community of members and friends at it's core.
Founder & Chief Collision Creator,
In 2005, James Eder founded website Student Beans aged 22, alongside his brother Michael. 11 years later Student Beans has gone from an idea to brand recognised globally for its student offers and discounts. Now known as The Beans Group, the business now also encompasses Voxburner, a youth insights consultancy. The company employs a team of over 30 people and continues to recruit and grow. James is also the founder of Kentish Cluster alongside Camden Cluster an initiative to bring local businesses and people together. James is a passionate helping people realise their potential and is a regular speaker at conferences, schools and universities on subjects including marketing, entrepreneurship and building a brand.
Building on his experiences, James’s latest venture Causr.co is all about connecting professionals on the go. Now live on the Apple App store - being hailed as a game changer in social, an innovative way to connect with people and maximise opportunities that surround us every day.
Interchange is a new community of like-minded entrepreneurs, creatives and innovators in the heart of Camden.
With 100,000 square feet of dynamic, flexible co-working and startup space spread over three beautifully designed buildings, you’ll find the infrastructure, ideas and tools you need to take your business to new heights.
We want you to think of us as part of your extended team, working in partnership to let you concentrate on the things that matter - together we can do amazing things.
Plans change. We get it. But if you can't make it to a class/workshop, please email us at least 7 days before the scheduled event date. No refunds will be given after this timeframe.
Enter your email to start following
You’re following The Power of Community: A Panel Discussion.
Start following any program. No need to enter your email again.