We begin the process by presenting young people with an overview of what the ‘challenge’ is (ie. air pollution), we then deliver our bespoke creativity training and give them access to a resource-bank of ‘experts’ from industry, business and universities.
Young people then explore, develop, and refine their best original, applicable solutions to the challenge.
The groups prepare to pitch their best original, applicable solutions to the challenge to a panel, dragon’s den style. The best ideas are considered for further development.
Find out about our previous Labs, partners, topics and testimonials on the Applied Creativity Lab page.
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