As you can see we have an all new website which we hope will be easier to use and more fun to visit. You can now access our blog and news stories from the front page and we’re expanding our pages to provide you with more links to our favourite ethical pals. If you’re already [...]Read more
Here at Trinity Buoy Wharf there’s plenty to inspire creativity. The fantastic Longplayer project is a great example. It’s situated in the only lighthouse on the Thames and is an ever-evolving piece of music, playing continuously but without repetition from Jan 1st 2000 to Dec 31st 2999.
But to keep it going for the next [...]
Seventeen Events have moved! We are now getting settled in to new eco-friendly offices in east London as part of our expansion in 2007. As well as looking stunning and providing a practical and flexible base for the company, the offices fit perfectly with the Seventeen ethos of delivering events with style, substance and sustainability.
Happily we have managed to have some time off over the bank holiday weekend. It’s been fantastic weather in London too, so nice to soak up a bit of sun – why bother flying abroad when the weather’s like this?!
This coming week should see all of the final pieces of the office jigsaw falling in [...]
Well, our offices are definitely starting to look like offices! The desks are in, thanks to Gary and the City Mules team, and the whole place is starting to take on a happening feel. All we need now is the broadband… and our new eco-computers… and maybe a carpet… and a kettle… and… well, I’ve [...]Read more
So we’re finally off to our uber-eco offices at Container City. A little update from this morning’s activities, which included collecting our recycled furniture from Greenworks, a fantastic charity and social entreprise. Not only do they have heaps of desks, chairs, cabinets etc. but we also spotted a Ben & Jerry’s ice cream maker and [...]Read more
Duncan and the Soho Gallery team invited us along to a fantastic soiree last week surrounded by cutting-edge Rankin photography in their cool central space. Rankin’s work is, as always, very diverse and sometimes a little scary. The gallery is an interesting place with a revolving series of exhibitions. And downstairs is home to David [...]Read more