Today we are interviewing Alexandra from Alternative Barcelona and Journey of an Artstigator. They are a Barcelona based group with a passion for street art. Their mission is to document and bring forth the work of exceptional artists. They host workshops with local street artists that teach people about the history of street art and style, and how to create their own! […]
Today we are talking to Francesca Oddie, a passionate astrologer. A few years ago, her curiosity led her to make a major career change. She has attended the London School of Astrology, and The London College of Psychic Studies. She believes that a person’s chart can explain who they are, and what drives them. Her Read more about People On The Grid With Francesca Oddie[…]
Today on the podcast we are speaking with Kat and Nick from Bicilona, Bike Tours Barcelona. Bicilona offers bike tours of Barcelona, believing that even a hard day on a bike is better than a good day in the office. On their bike tours, you can concentrate on the fun and excitement of exploring the city Read more about ‘Guiri on The Grid’ with Kat and Nick from Bicilona[…]
Today we are speaking with Leo Bentley, from Barcelona Human Resources Network! Barcelona Human Resources Network was created to improve the HR environment in Barcelona. This concept was inspired by the growth seen in recent years in the technology sector in Barcelona. Since then, many have been calling the Catalan capital the European Silicon Valley. Read more about People On The Grid with Leo Bentley From HR Network Barcelona[…]
Having already discussed the slow movement in a previous blog, we thought it would be interesting to delve into the world of slow fashion. After all, whether or not we are all style experts, we all wear clothes at one point or another. Most of us buy from big brands, the fast fashion industry, usually for convenience. Emerging in the later half of the twenty-first century, the Fast Fashion industry is represented by the giants such as Zara, H&M, and Joe Fresh. Their low prices and fast cat-walk to rack ratio means that people can be stylish at lost cost, but also low quality. It’s designed to move quickly, and make you feel like you need to buy something new every week to stay in style.
This week we are continuing our buzzword blog series with Artificial Intelligence.
AI has been making waves for quite a while now. It had been the subject of many a science fiction novel or film, the kind where machines have gotten so smart they rise against the human race. But in all honesty, the term artificial intelligence is nothing that should strike fear into your heart.
Who doesn’t love music? At some point in your life, odds are you’ve found at least one song that has meant the world to you. Did you know music can also be helpful in a work environment? This week we are featuring a guest blog about music and productivity by Randy Rogers from Musiciansbyte, a website dedicated to the world of music.
Today we spoke to Emilia Celona, music lover and founder of Religion BCN! Religion BCN is a Barcelona brand focused on performing arts. As a promoter and an artistic agency, some might also call them talent managers. Religion’s specialty is to create different events depending on the place, carefully selecting artists for each unique atmosphere. They also believe that dialogue between arts is an essential part of today’s events, which is how they offer more to their clients. […]
Last week, we addressed how social media makes money through advertisements, discussing how, exactly, companies such as Facebook and Instagram have made their millions. That is only one side of the story. In the age of social media, there are also users who make a living through their various accounts. That’s right, people who sign up for personal accounts can quickly find themselves getting paid. Today, we’re going to take a look a how you could be making money from it too.