- A Scout in NYC with EY
- Break the Silence
- Capital C with Macmillan
- Climate Change
- Feel Good Works
- Generosity Economy
- Girl Effect
- Good for Nothing
- International Development
- Nature Intelligence Unit
- Nike Foundation
- Open Labs CRUK
- Open Studios
- Project Everyone
- Project Wild Thing
- Spring - Nike Foundation and DFID
- The Sharing Economy
- The Wild Network
- The great unravelling
- Wild Camp
- Wild Camp meets Year Here
- Wild Time for Schools
Three weeks ago we ran our first hive. A three day, two night experiential learning event, at the remote and beautiful West Lexham where 50 strangers from corporate, creative and campaigning walks of life gathered and collaborated creatively around a...
Sun-Catcher, Yellow-Wobbler, Golden-Fairy, Five-Golds, Noddy-Shinehead, Custard-Crown, Goldie-Bowl WTF? Kennings (from Old Norse) - poetic phrases used in addition to the usual name of a thing. Find something, then write as many ways of describing it with new names, then share...
Here's an invitation to the fourth Capital C event, Thursday 16th April 2015 from 4.00 to 8.00pm at The Calthorpe Project, Kings Cross, Central London... directions here We've had great events so far in November, January and March, so Macmillan Cancer Support and Swarm are hosting...
There have been quite a few pieces on the relationship between value creation and ownership in the ‘new economy’ recently. Authors are rightly asking questions about how companies that are fundamentally reliant on the contributions of their users to generate...
At Swarm we’re really interested in how you can create networks that actually work, networks that succeed in mobilising a group of individuals or organisations to solve a particular challenge. Collaboration works but successful collaborations owe that success to many...
An invitation to the third Capital C event, Tuesday 10th March 2015 4.00 to 8.00pm Seven Dials Club, Covent Garden, Central London Following two successful pilot events in November 2014 and January 2015, Macmillan Cancer Support and Swarm are running...
An invitation to an event on Saturday, 24th January 2015 from 10:30am to 3pm at Impact Hub, Kings Cross in central London. Following our successful pilot event in November 2014, Macmillan Cancer Support and Swarm are running a second event focused on...
We use these three words a lot. They help describe why the world feels a bit weird at the moment. The reason things feel uncertain, unstable and challenging right now is because...
Today we live in a failing economic system where nearly every bit of nature has been productised, every relationship turned into a service, and almost every human exchange monetised. The core idea of ‘consumer’ has spread rapidly, becoming the central defining...
We work with a lead organisation to identify and frame a problem and then bring a diverse stakeholder team together along with useful external experts to provide wider collective intelligence...
It seems that solutions to many of the 21st century issues that we are collectively facing lie right on our doorsteps. Outside of the man-made built environments that dominate our lives today. Ideas, inspiration and answers to the many challenges...
Some mightily impressive achievements this year from the Cancer Research UK team in partnership with the wider public on a mission to accelerate cancer research using citizen science. The public gave 15 years of time in 2014 to analysing cancer research data for scientists...
Imagine starting up a youth-focused brand, the entire purpose of which is to empower young women. Now imagine growing it to the extent that it becomes the largest youth brand in an entire country. That’s exactly what Ni Nyampinga has...
Back in September, we were very excited about a collaboration with groundbreaking enterprise Year Here, who are the UK’s leading organisation for developing graduates to be leaders in social innovation...
In light of the most recent IPCC findings on the beyond urgent state of affairs on climate change, US Republicans ask ‘what climate change?” enough to make you weep, but...
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