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Collective HubCollective Hub

Collective Hub Jun 2017

Collective Hub combines style and substance with a fresh perspective on the issues that matter – across business, design, technology, social change, fashion, travel, food, film and art. Through a combination of high-profile stories and beautiful visuals in our print magazine, engaging digital content on our website, one-of-a-kind events, custom-made products and much more, Collective Hub’s constant vision is to uplift and empower people to live their fullest lives. Whether you are looking for a boost of creativity, professional advice from industry experts, the most exciting places to experience or a warm and practical pep talk, Collective Hub is your guide to making a positive impact in the world.

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Australia
言語:
English
出版社:
Messenger Group Pty Ltd
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contributors

PIA MARSH Writer Pia is a freelance journalist and writer, with a background in newspapers and food and travel journalism. Originally from the Northern Beaches of Sydney, she has lived in Denmark, England and Sweden, before finally settling in Copenhagen – her favourite little hub in the universe. Her work has been published in The Copenhagen Post, SAS and Scandinavian Traveler, and she is currently collaborating with Al Jazeera. RAJVEER JOHAL Photo Series Based in Sydney, you’ll most likely find Rajveer near a coastline. She has won a devoted online following and client base for her bright, bird’s-eye view shots of some of the world’s most majestic offerings – Bondi Beach’s iconic rock pool, for example, and the colourful coastline of Positano, Italy. I’m inspired by… “Whether I’m travelling locally or abroad, both the journey and…

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from the editor

As I sit here thinking about how to sum up an entire month’s worth of work – 144 pagesworth, including a shoot and cover story with the inimitable Jamie Oliver – I keep coming up short. Instead, all I can think of are these words from Rahaf Harfoush (p. 28), who worked on Barack Obama’s 2008 campaign: “Creativity needs space and distance, and productivity is all about continuous output. Those two are very incompatible.” Yet how often do we get to the end of the day and beat ourselves up for spending too long trying to get in the creative ‘zone’, as well as not ticking enough things off our to-do lists? In this issue we champion those people doing extraordinary and creative things – including a peanut butter entrepreneur who…

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As I sat with our cover star, Jamie Oliver, in hair and make-up before our photoshoot, waiting for the cameras to start rolling and our ‘official’ interview to begin, we chatted about all the things we have in common – entrepreneurship, disruption and the print magazines we both created. “I never started a magazine to make money,” said Jamie. “I just love that it’s a tangible thing – having something to put through your letterbox once a month or a quarter.” In that moment, I just knew that our paths were meant to cross. Have you ever admired someone from a distance, and then met them and been disappointed? Have you followed someone closely on social media, only for their real-life character to not quite match their online ‘persona’? Since well…

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SPOTLIGHT OUR PAGES INSPIRED RACHEL TO START HER OWN STATIONERY AND LETTERING COMPANY, HUNTING LOUISE I picked up my first copy of Collective Hub a few months before launching Hunting Louise – a studio and online store specialising in wedding and event stationery, hand lettering and design. I was drawn to the focus on real people living real stories, both in and beyond my field. I love reading the journeys of fellow business owners, leaders and creatives; the ups and downs of owning and running a business. To me, the journey is just as important as the end goal – it’s your point of difference and the personality behind your brand. The stories in Collective Hub remind me of this. Reading about those that push the envelope and go against the norm…

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FRAMED Looking to adorn your walls with topnotch art without the price tag? Framed has brought visual culture into the 21st century by creating a minimalist, timeless digital frame that adapts to any interior space and can be used by artists to publish and sell their work. Controlled by simple hand gestures, a quick swipe allows you to transfer any image you find online straight to your frame. frm.fm IN FOR A TREAT Over the course of the 2015/2016 financial year, the RSPCA cared for more than 137,000 abandoned animals in Australia. SavourLife, a family-owned business, is here to help, with 50 per cent of profits from each of their dog treats going to pet rescue organisations that are dedicated to rehoming animals but don’t have resources like the RSPCA. Now that’s something…

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