About CreativeCoffee Club

CreativeCoffee Club meets in the Screen Lounge

Ever seen the CreativeCoffee Club postcards in the foyer at Phoenix Square and wondered what it’s all about? Well, CreativeCoffee Club Leicester is a network of entrepreneurs, creatives and small business people exploring the challenges and potential of new media in this challenging world. We meet fortnightly and membership is free.

CreativeCoffee Club was founded in 2007 by Toby Moores and Sue Thomas of DeMontfort University in Leicester as a meet-up and networking event after the style of an open coffee club.

Now managed by Phoenix Square, it aims 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 in the workplace. It is coordinated by Rebecca Harvey, an Asssistant Operations Manager at Phoenix Square, but also Freelance Virtual PA and New Media Manager of her own company Let Me Organise You.

From 2007 to the summer of 2009 Creative Coffee Club Leicester met at the Graduate Bar, De Montfort University, but moved to Phoenix Square Film and Digital Media Centre in the heart of Leicester’s Cultural Quarter in November 2009.

Come and relax, share ideas, listen to stimulating speakers and generally meet new people over coffee. CreativeCoffee Club is part of NLab, working with small businesses and new media.

For further details about CreativeCoffee Club, please visit our website www.creativecoffeeleicester.com

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