The second film in the series explores the problem of the lack of aspiration and job opportunities for young people in the Downham Market area.
When the opportunity arises it’s great to get out in the community and tell the story of something that will potentially improve the lives of thousands of people. When Aventa commissioned us to tell the story of their proposal for a new educational and commercial campus to be built in Downham market, we were immediately captivated by the project. After the successful launch of the first video in the series at a special event at the House of Commons last November, we’re pleased to announce the launch of our second video for Aventa. This film explores the the issues surrounding the lack of skills, aspirations and job opportunities for young people in the area, and shows how the centre could solve these issues and increase opportunities in the region.
This empty field will soon be the site of the state of the art development planned by Aventa
Downham Market is a great area to live and work but unfortunately lacks opportunities for higher education and career development for ambitious young people locally. The Centre for Advanced Knowledge Engineering aims to change that by providing young people with a facility where they can learn new skills and even eventual employment. The campus is set to open in 2017, boasting several state of the art buildings with facilities for the analysis of Big Data and an educational centre specializing in teaching knowledge engineering. You can learn more about the plans for the campus in this recent news article.
Tenants and investors are the focus of the third video in the series, which will be launching soon. We’re delighted with how the films have been received thus far, and its been very rewarding to play a part in helping a hugely transformative proposal come to fruition.