Curated is a series where thisopenspace sits down with talented members of our community. We asked them to share a bit about themselves and curate their favourite spaces on thisopenspace. Conor Cutz is a frequent face at Toronto's top events. You've probably seen him perform for brands like Versace and Redbull, or headline one of Toronto's largest cultural festivals.
When you hear the term “pop-up shop,” you likely imagine a stylish boutique or another high-end offshoot for brands. But more organizations are seeing pop-ups as a way to create a positive impact in their communities one retail experience at a time.
Entrepreneur and designer Mary Young gives her advice for e-commerce brands doing their very own pop-up shop.
Fine furniture designer/maker Kate Duncan tells us how she went from being one of the first thisopenspace guests to in-demand host, and how opening up her massive Gastown loft is making her vision a reality.
As the music industry struggles to find its identity, merch pop-ups are becoming the norm, offering artists different revenue streams and a simpler, more intimate way to engage with fans.
Frank Ocean's highly anticipated album Boys Don't Cry set our site into a tizzy yesterday with the discovery of a very secret warehouse in Brooklyn.
We spoke with thisopenspace hosts, Tammy, about listing her co-working space on thisopenspace, her love for Toronto, and more. See what makes this local entreprenuer tick...
We spoke with thisopenspace hosts, Jon, about listing his apartment on thisopenspace, his love for Vancouver, and more. Read what he had to say about turning his apartment into a revenue machine.
Flory's story is about contrasts — art and movement. It’s a story for anyone who’s considered branching out on their own and embracing the entrepreneurial life.