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Liverpool CreativeCoffee Club Meetup V2.0 March 7, 2008

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Sugar, anyone?Yesterday (Thursday) Chamber staff attended the second meeting of Liverpool’s very own CreativeCoffee Club chapter. The meeting took place in the lovely Parr Street Studios.

Regular readers (we must have some) will know that the CreativeCoffee Club is an informal networking group that meets up with the aim of fostering links, ideas and creative working methods within all areas of our working lives.

This week’s event was attended by people from business, technology, academic and community-focused backgrounds. Coffee was drunk, chats were had and new connections made. There’s no set agenda to these meetings, so it’s a relaxed and refreshing way to meet new people. By the end of the session, everyone went away with something positive, whether this was new ideas on how to solve a particular problem, a commitment to work together in the future or just an expanded and enriched contact list.

It looks like we’ll try and make these meetings regular events now, probably the last Thursday in the month. We recommend anyone who wants to try a different kind of networking and idea-sharing should come along. It’s not just for the ‘creative’ industries – that’s part of the point: we can all work in different ways, no matter what we do.

Find out more about CreativeCoffee Clubs at their Facebook page or on their website.

CreativeCoffe Club Meeting Thursday March 6 February 27, 2008

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Creative Coffee logoThe second meeting of Liverpool’s very own CreativeCoffee Club is taking place on Thursday March 6 at Parr¬† Street Studios.

You may remember we raved about this event after the inaugural meeting late last year. CreativeCoffee Club is an informal and chatty event, part of a wider, global network of meetings. Its aims are to introduce creative ways of working and thinking and to provide a place for business people, academics, teachers, public sector workers and managers to network, exchange ideas and discuss how to foster creativity and innovation.

If you’d like to be involved, meet people from outside your own particular industry and have a relaxed chat that could take your work in a whole new direction, just come along. The event is free, there’s no need to book and all are welcome.

If you’re into that whole Facebook thing, you can register your interest on the event’s page, or find out more about the Creative Coffee Club in general here. But hey, don’t worry if Facebook isn’t your scene. Just come along anyway.