First of all, thanks to everyone who attended the January Dribbble mashup, we had a great time and we hope you did too, it was a really great event.
The next Refresh Teesside event is Thursday 19th February. It will be held at Mink Bar in Middlesbrough and you are invited to join us from 6pm.
We have another great event lined up for you this month, with some freebies and suprises in store, so make sure you don’t miss it!
Remember that Refresh has grown to what it is today by people spreading the word and bringing friends and colleagues to the event!
Oh yeah, did we mention there is free pizza for everyone too?
More details will be announced over the next couple days, but rest assured its going to be another good one.
Our goal is to bring together the best and brightest creatives in the North East to share knowledge, promote talent and encourage collaboration!
The events are relaxed and run by people like you. We get anywhere between 60 to 100 people at our events, we cover all aspects of the creative industry and we welcome people from all over the North East of England.
You never know what will happen on the night and there is no guarantee who you might bump in to.
- Are you looking for a new job?
- Are you looking to recruit?
- Are you looking to connect with a highly skilled designer, developer, photographer, engineer, SEO consultant or a full service agency?
- Do you want to make connections within your industry in the area you work?
- Do you want to relax in a friendly environment and talk to like minded people?
- Do you want to learn something new?
- Do you like socialising over a few beers with colleagues?
- Do you want to challenge yourself and break out of your shell?
- Do you like FREE pizza?
If you answer yes to any of these, we hope to see you on Thursday.
When & Where
Refresh Teesside follows the manifesto of other Refreshing Cities around the world. However, we have decided to open the events up to more than just designers and developers. We welcome all those who work in the creative industry including: photographers, marketing, printers, designers, developers etc. We made this decision in recognition of the importance of digital communities working closely together and increasing their understanding of other’s work, thus reaping the mutual benefits of collaboration.