Creativity Unleashed Limited

The creativity company

About us

The company
Creativity Unleashed was found in 1995 by Brian Clegg, then a senior manager with British Airways.

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Brian Clegg is an award winning popular science author whose most recent books are Science for Life and Final Frontier, with 18 other popular science titles including Inflight Science, Before the Big Bang, and How to Build a Time Machine. His Dice World and A Brief History of Infinity were both longlisted for the Royal Society Prize for Science Books.

Brian has also written regular columns, features and reviews for numerous magazines and newspapers, including
The Wall Street Journal, Nature, BBC Focus, Physics World, The Times, The Observer, Good Housekeeping and Playboy. His books have been translated into many languages, including German, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese, Japanese, Polish, Norwegian, and Indonesian.

Brian has given sell-out lectures at the Royal Institution, the British Library and the Science Museum in London and has spoken at venues from Oxford and Cambridge Universities to Cheltenham Festival of Science. He has also contributed to radio and TV programs, and is a popular speaker at schools.

The company brings together four seasoned professionals to provide world-class training in creativity.

Creativity Unleashed has also provided creativity training through the Financial Times training group, FT Knowledge.

Creativity Unleashed trainers have worked with many large organizations in all sectors including British Airways, the BBC, GlaxoSmithKline, Barclays, The Met Office, The Treasury, Nissan, The Royal Bank of Scotland, EWS Rail, Greater Manchester Police, Merck Sharp & Dohme, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Scottish Enterprise and McCain Foods.

We have given public creativity seminars in London, Manchester, Kuala Lumpur and Hong Kong, and contributed to the Open University, Oxford University business school and Henley Management College courses.

Creativity Unleashed has provided creativity training for Chinese executives through the University of Westminster’s China Media Centre.

The company does not employ trainers who have never done anything other than train others. Instead it works with established experts in creativity who bring their breadth of practical experience to the training sessions.