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Friday 1 November 2019 7.00pm - 9.00pm

Freelancers & Creatives Meet-up

Chase Road, Southgate, N14 6JS

201910 freelancers meetup

No matter how long we have all been in business, exchanging ideas and meeting new people is always beneficial. Designer Dan Maier is hosting this event at her studio just a few mins walk from Southgate tube, N14. This is a chance to meet and get to know other freelancers and small business owners living or working in north London.

We are delighted to have Tamara Scott (Customer Insight consultant) to lead an open discussion on the topic of “How well do you know your customers?” Whether you’re starting out or have been in business for years, knowing who your customers are and what makes them tick will give you the edge.

Tamara is an engaging speaker with over 20 years experience assisting businesses both large and small to develop their products and services with customer focus. Her enthusiasm is infectious and her discussions are always thought-provoking so the evening should be a real treat!

This is also an opportunity to view studio and co-working space available for both short and long term projects, meetings and photo-shoots.

Please arrive 7pm - 7.30pm to meet others. The discussion will start at 7.30pm for approximately 30 - 45 mins. There will be plenty of time after that to mingle.

We hope this will be this first in a series of events to enable like-minded people to get together, swap notes and share skills.

The event is free, we just ask that you bring something to drink or nibbles to share when you come.

Booking is essential as space is limited. Full address and directions will be supplied on confirmation of booking.

NB The venue is on the 1st floor via stairs (no lift).

No parking available on site. Nearest car park Leigh Hunt Drive N14 6DA (6 mins walk)

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