My experience as an Enterprise Architect, has lead me to operate in various capacities in within the Arts, Music, Film and community sectors. Below, are a few examples from my 35 years of experience within creative & social enterprise.
Located within London's creative district, 'NuDawn' is a multi faceted space, with a functional café reception. It opens its doors to the diverse technology & creative melting pot of East London as a hub for creative entrepreneurs to test, launch and market their work. With the option of business mentorship as well as being a space hire.
RAILTON ROAD REGENERATIONFollowing the 1985 brixton riot, Kevin was appointed to coordinate the refurbishment of commercial and residential properties, establishing community empowermentby allowing local pheople to have a vested interest through through business training community ownership, utilising a budget of £4m reporting to Lord Scarman.-ANGELL TOWN COMMUNITY PROJECTA.T.C.P became the blueprint for inner city estate regeneration, across the UK. This project incorporated £50m in master planning the appointment of 5 architects and employment of local people as contractors as well as implementing skills training and apprenticeships, to enable the local community to practice enterprise.-WESTFIELD POP UP STORE‘Established’ became the first Westfield pop up store, created as an graduation exam for 47 ‘Links to Enterprise’ entrepreneurs. This served as a environment for the graduates to applythe theories of entrepreneurship in practice at what is considered the highest level of commerce in Europe.-THIS GENERATION‘This Generation’ was a youth conference constructed in 2014, to enable young people to cultivatetheir ideas concerning theincorporation ofenterprise into education. Using the 'East London' school curriculum as a test bed, concluding with five policy proposals presented to the Prime Minister and Lord Young at 10 Downing Street.-NOTTING HILL MAS BANDS ASSOCIATION (NHMBA)Supported by my tenure as a Marketing Director for the Notting Hill Mas Bands Association (NHMBA) raising £30,000 and organise the 40th anniversary parliamentary reception with live coverage from Trafalgar Square via BBC One, advocating for Notting Hill Carnival as a national cultural necessity.-info[at]kevinjones.biz+44 (0)79 0056 4599@kevinjonesbiz