- Happenstance Happenstance is a technologist-in-residence programme that ran as a successful pilot in 2012. As part of the NESTA, Arts Council England and AHRC ’Digital R&D Fund for the Arts’, Happenstance created six residencies at three of the UK’s most vibrant and exciting arts organisations: Site Gallery in Sheffield, Lighthouse in Brighton and Spike Island in Bristol; placing pairs of technologists on 12-week residencies for a period of collaborative working and co-creation. The pilot was produced by Caper, with the University of Warwick as a research partner. Read the research report on Happenstance, created by Chris Bilton, Director of Centre of Cultural Policy Studies, University of Warwick.
Launches $1 Million Integration Fund We just announced our $1 million MailChimp Integration Fund. It’s sort of inspired by Ycombinator, except there’s no equity involved. We basically want to help small startups with small, paying projects. Projects that involve integrating their apps with the MailChimp API.
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Author: Adam Arnold, Partner, BBH Today sees the launch of The Black Sheep Fund – which we believe is the first venture capital fund of its kind. It is a venture between Zag (BBH’s brand invention business) and Spark Ventures – the London based VCs that backed start up phenomena including lastminute.com, Kobalt Music, notonthehighstreet.com and Moshi Monsters. The background is increasingly obvious: There is a dearth of seed funds for start ups. If things feel tighter than they used to be in the States – then it is ten times harder to raise money in Europe right now. The banks demand personal guarantees for business loans (!) BBH and Spark Ventures Launch The Black Sheep Fund
We’re pleased to announce that the Boxee team will be joining Samsung. We started on this journey six years ago, and have been at the forefront of the changing TV and video landscape. We believe that over the next few years the video market will change even more than it has in the past few decades. Joining Samsung means we will be able to work on products that marry the best hardware and software in the TV space, products that will be used by tens of millions of people and will help to shape the future of TV. We are excited about the next chapter for our team.