The CMA is a non-profit making organisation founded in 1983 to support community radio – and our remit has expanded to now include community television and community-based Internet projects. The CMA represents the community media sector to Government, industry and regulatory bodies.
CommunityForge is a non-profit association that designs, develops and provides complementary currency systems and tools.
Community Forge distributes free, open-source software for currencies and provides hosted websites.
Babele is an online innovation-center open to anyone who has an idea or a project and would like to make it happen with the help of a community.
The platform offers entrepreneurs a step-by-step business methodology to convert their idea into a viable social business, validate the key assumptions with the crowd and find the right people to help them develop it. This online platform is based on a crowdsourcing approach to social innovation
Collective is a pioneering project putting Camden Town at the heart of the UK’s creative community.
We support creative people into employment and in setting up their own businesses.
Our regeneration programme builds on the rich cultural history and reputation of Camden Town to ensure a legacy of improved skills, enhanced employability and enterprise.
Collective draws on three distinct but integrated elements that combine to form a unique offer for the creative sector in Camden:
Hubs provide incubation space for creative start-ups supporting business growth in Camden.
Our aim is to bring people together - hosts and guests, travelers and locals. Thousands of Hospitality Club members around the world help each other when they are traveling - be it with a roof for the night or a guided tour through town. Joining is free, takes just a minute and everyone is welcome.