10 May 2019

Podcast: Creativity with What We Seee

Jim Prior talks creativity with What We Seee's 
Misan Harriman.

Episodes to download

07. Creativity with Refinitiv

06 July 2020

In this episode Mark Lulsens, Creative Director at the global financial data company Refinitiv, talks about how creativity and data powers the world's financial markets and why creative thinking skills are essential in what is perceived as a very dry sector.

06. Creativity with ESL

16 April 2020

In this sixth episode Rodrigo Samwell, CMO of ESL talks about the phenomenon of esports, and discusses the challenge for brands to engage with gamers and the need for authentic brand partnerships.

05. Creativity with Shout

06 March 2020

In this fifth episode Victoria Hornby, CEO of Shout, talks about the phenomenon of Shout, a free text messaging service that provides support for people in crisis, and discussed the societal role of technology in promoting conversations around mental health.

04. Creativity with Made By Sport

17 July 2019

In this fourth episode Sir Keith Mills, the catalyst behind the Made By Sport initiative, Deputy Chairman of London 2012, Chairman of the Royal Foundation and the Invictus Games Foundation, talks about the social value of sport and the power of ideas to bring society together.

03. Creativity with What We Seee

10 May 2019

In this third episode What We Seee's founder, Misan Harriman, talks about storytelling, authenticity and working with social media platforms to deliver content at scale. What We Seee is one of the fastest growing social publishers, It achieves 2 million video views a day and reaches 1.5 billion people a year.

02. Creativity with the Financial Times

09 April 2019

In this second episode the Financial Times’ Chief Commercial Officer, Jon Slade, reflects on how technology has reshaped the publishing industry and pushed the FT to think more creatively about its operational strategy.

01. Creativity with Google

21 February 2019

In this first episode Google Marketing Director, Nishma Robb, explains how a diverse workforce generates the best ideas and why it’s so valuable to encourage creativity and critical thinking from an early age.