Gary believes that creativity unlocks a unique business perspective. Creativity can help individuals to develop innovative skills and to learn that money is not the be-all-and-end-all. Sometimes the right decision is the one which is the most fun – and there’s a lot to be learned from failure.

Inspiration can come from the most unlikely places, and Gary’s particular interest in the intersection of The Arts and business to spark creativity and fan the flames of entrepreneurship is highlighted here.


In 2021, Gary took to the studio to record his first extended play, Food for Thought.

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12 July 2021

What does recovery look like for the Arts?

What does recovery look like for the Arts? Gary Ashworth interviews William Burdett-Coutts OBE, Artistic Director of Assembly Theatre. Interview filmed in May 2021.
8 April 2021

From surviving to thriving in the Arts

From surviving to thriving in the Arts The Challenge Assembly Theatre runs Assembly Festival at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, tours nationally and internationally with the ‘best […]
22 March 2021

The Royal Oak, Marlow

A cosy and friendly traditional English pub, always showcasing their suppliers' very best.
7 March 2021

Marie’s Crisis Piano Bar, New York

Marie's Crisis is a hot spot that has roots way back to the 1850's where it was a den for individuals to hide out in.
7 March 2021

Qualia Resort, Hamilton Island, Australia

Set on Hamilton Island's northern-most tip, Qualia is one of the most beautiful locations and a perfect spot to explore the region's incredible Australian landmarks.
7 March 2021

Mike Wiegele Heli-Skiing Resort, Canada

Heli-skiing at the Mike Wiegele Resort means you can ski over 1.5 million acres of some of the most incredible mountain terrain the world has to offer.
7 March 2021

How can businesses get creative?

At first glance, you wouldn’t think that creativity, business and the arts have much in common – but you’d be wrong.