We’re delighted to announce that 3Space have been selected as one of Britain’s 50 New Radicals!
The Observer and the National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts (Nesta), the organisation that promotes innovation in Britain, jointly launched a search for Britain’s 50 new radicals – people and organisations that are taking risks, and “changing the world for the better” – and we’re thrilled that we’ve been included! This article in The Observer goes into greater detail, and also introduces the other organisations, people and projects who have been included in the list.
Judge Alicia Navarro, founder and CEO of Skimlinks, commented: “3Space is a complete win-win. It doesn’t cost anyone money and the city/town itself benefits from looking alive and dynamic, as well as being exposed to the great work of local community groups.”
Being chosen as one of Britain’s 50 New Radicals also means that our work will be showcased at a London reception in early 2012, and we look forward to participating in workshops and events supported by NESTA as we become part of the New Radicals alumni, designed to inspire more fresh ideas that can change the world for the better.
The 3Space team are excited to meet the other winners, and we look forward to forming partnerships and sharing ideas which will help to expand the work that we already do as a charity.