A series of events designed for creatives, digital nomads, and business owners at all levels of their career. A space to connect, network, forge relationships, hatch plans, collaborate, skill share, be curious, ask questions and discuss all things entrepreneurship, business, and beyond.
Sharing business, learning together and keeping it local!
At each event we’ll invite a different creative business to impart some of their wisdom, share their creative journey and inspire! This week we welcome Heather Stanford-Gould to speak on 5 Reasons Why You Need A Client Contract and some hot topics to think about in your T'c & C's. We’ll try and set out some of the pro’s and con’s of having a contract in writing and a few tips and tricks to think about what should be included, and how to get started.
Meet like-minded people in a friendly environment, enjoy a drink and spread of homemade food from our friends at Malt Cross. Have real conversations, meet your future business partner or customer.
Whilst you’re here we’ll introduce you to all the free business courses, talks and workshops on offer to you, here in Nottingham as part of Big House.
This event is free, but space is limited! So make sure to cop your free ticket here to guarantee your place.
Doors open: 17:00
Intro from Big House: 17:30
Guest Speaker: 17:45
Soundtracked Speed Networking: 18:15
Open Networking Time: 19:30
As this event is part of a European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) initiative, we will require you to be enrolled in The Big House Programme, prior to attending.
If you are not already enrolled, you will find the appropriate form at
Please download and complete the form and bring it with you to the event, as it will be required when signing in.
If you would like any further information on this event, please contact us at [email protected]
NB: We will be documenting the event. If you do not wish to be included in images or videos that may be used later for marketing purposes, please let us know beforehand.
This project is part funded by the European Regional Development Fund 2014 - 2020