Success stories
Young Entrepreneur: Krisi Smith, Founder of Bluebird Tea Co.

We caught up with somewhereto_ alumni and founder of Bluebird Tea Co. Krisi Smith about tea and what somewhereto_ has meant to her business.

Young Entrepreneur – Ed Hardy: Young Founders and Free Space

For the last two weeks we’ve been giving free space to an exciting young business, the Young Founders. Run by successful tech entrepreneurs Ed Hardy and Kit Logan, both just 19, this two week programme equips young people with the confidence to start their own business. We caught up with Ed to talk about the […]

I AM NEXT vs The Old Blue Last

Last week somewhereto_  helped big hitter Mr I AM NEXT, Seshie Henry, put on an event at one of our free venues, The Old Blue Last. The event had a massive guest performance from Skepta, J Flows, House of Pharaohs and Novelist, who performed on the night. Seshie says ‘It was crazy. I was so […]

International Youth Day 2016

This international youth day we decided to celebrate a selection of the best somewhereto_ young people.

Young tech entrepreneurs : Kwasi and Dennis

Kwasi and Dennis are somewhereto_ space users, tech entrepreneurs and founders of Bringz App. We’ve been talking to them about how free space has helped them get their ideas off the ground. What are you currently working on? We are currently working on launching our app, Bringz. Bringz is the sweet spot between Eventbrite and Instagram. We’re […]

Young Actor: James Hunter

This week we’re spotlighting young actor James Hunter, co-founder of Old Sole Theatre company and somewhereto_ space user. We’ve been able to give James and many other 16-25 year olds free space, thanks to the support of you, our customers. Please let us know a bit more about what you’re currently doing? At the moment […]

Young Artist: Reece Thompson

Reece Thompson is a 25 year old artist and writer from Essex who creates artwork that reflects culture and history… plus he’s a somewhereto_ superstar! Reece is an an example of what can be achieved with a creative idea, inbuilt drive and a bit of space to realise his ambitions. As winner of somewhereto_ initiative, Paint Livity, Reece […]

Young Entrepreneurs: Funmi Elizabeth Ogunfidodo

Funmi owns and runs online boutique The FEO Collection. We caught up with her on being a young entrepreneur and what having access to free space has meant to her. Tell us more about your business.  I own an online boutique called The FEO Collection. I sell womenswear clothing for young, trendy women. The boutique […]

Hall of Fame: Abigail Legg, Photographer, Curator

somewhereto_ were able to give me free space and help me exhibit my own work, which I am now really proud of and beginning to sell. My first painting has sold so I am now encouraged to produce more work and find more spaces to host similar exhibitions. As I took on the role of […]

Spotlight: Film Maker, Sean McInally

Next up in our celebration of amazing young people who have worked with somewhereto_ over the past four years is Sean McInally, a filmmaker from Glasgow. Sean is currently trying to pursue a career in film directing and screenwriting in as many ways as he can! He is studying Digital Film and Television at the […]