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  • The Baltic Triangle: Independent Liverpool
    Posted on 20/08/2014

    The Baltic Triangle: Independent Liverpool

    Only until a few years ago has this dichotomy between degeneration and regeneration existed. As the Baltic Triangle Manifesto points out, in order for this barren land to become regenerated and in a sense gentrified, we have to “fill the area with creative, industrious and pioneering people and the rest will follow”. The area has too attracted these kinds of people, mainly due to the fact that space here is around 20% cheaper than in the heart of the city centre, but also, the types of space available are very unique and more suited for creative businesses. The likes of the 200 year old Grade II listed warehouse (home to Elevator Studios), and the converted warehouse of The Baltic Creative which uses wooden sheds instead of offices, is brimming with (just to name a few typed of business) app developers, musicians, entrepreneurs. This on-going process of attracting these kinds of people has meant that it is succeeding in being the heartbeat of our creative and technological sector and is quickly becoming a private sector community that is helping Liverpool to preserve its unique identity and to become a leader in creative business in Europe.

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    Source: Independent Liverpool
  • Stronger Together: It
    Posted on 12/06/2014

    Stronger Together: It's Liverpool

    Baltic Creative Campus, soon to enter its third year is the inevitable beating heart of the triangle’s regeneration. Its sheds are designed for micro businesses to find their feet and emerge a successful businesses. The cafe out front, Unit 51 is often filled with tech firms chatting about ideas, places to pitch and projects to work together on. It’s like Cheers, but for tech geeks.

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    Source: It's Liverpool 12/06/14
  • Speaker of the House of Commons John Bercow visits Liverpool to discuss his commission on Digital Democracy: BayTV
    Posted on 15/04/2014

    Speaker of the House of Commons John Bercow visits Liverpool to discuss his commission on Digital Democracy: BayTV

    The Speaker of the House of Commons John Bercow MP visited Baltic Creative to discuss a range of issues relating to the Speaker’s Commission on Digital Democracy. Digital Democracy is a movement to consider, report and make recommendations on how parliamentary democracy in the United Kingdom can embrace the opportunities afforded by the digital world.

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    Source: BayTV 15/04/2014