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CACH finds a Home at the Bayes Centre, University of Edinburgh

Updated: Oct 19, 2023

The Central Asia Creative Hub (CACH) is excited to share a recent achievement – CACH will be hosted by the Bayes Centre, the University of Edinburgh's Innovation Hub for AI and Data Science. Thanks to the support of the Creative Informatics Inclusive Innovation Working Spaces Fund, CACH has been granted a professional working space at the Bayes Centre, where it will be based until February 2024. This exciting news was recently featured on the Bayes Centre website, celebrating CACH as its newest community member.



The Bayes Centre, part of the University of Edinburgh, is a prominent innovation hub for AI and data science. It serves as a multidisciplinary collaborative space and a gateway to the University for business and entrepreneurship.

We firmly believe that The Bayes Centre, renowned for its multidisciplinary approach, offers an ideal environment for CACH to flourish. This placement provides CACH with the opportunity to collaborate with a community of experts, scientists, and industry professionals, all dedicated to advancing innovation in the domains of data technology and AI.

With this new home at the Bayes Centre, CACH is well-positioned to further its mission of promoting Central Asian culture through a fusion of creativity and technology. Stay tuned for new projects and initiatives that will emerge from this exciting opportunity!

For collaboration and other activities, please reach out to us by emailing: central.asia.creative.hub@gmail.com. You can also become a member to get involved or sign up for our newsletter to stay updated on upcoming initiatives and events.


Welcome to the Central Asia Creative Hub's new home! Visit us: Bayes Centre | The University of Edinburgh

47 Potterrow, Edinburgh EH8 9BT


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Hi,
I'm Bibigul

As a graphic design and digital marketing professional with more than 15 years of experience, I have always been passionate about building a community of creatives that can collaborate and support each other. After moving to Edinburgh from Astana, the capital of Kazakhstan, I was inspired to establish the Central Asia Creative Hub (CACH).

The idea for CACH was born out of my personal experience of moving to a new country and the challenges that came with it. 

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