“I was quite naive at the start of this – I thought it would be over in a couple of weeks”
In this episode of The Possibility Club After Corona? series, we’re looking at the events sector with a magnifying glass.
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- Janice Moth, founder of The Glamour Club a regular 1940s-style tea dance which acts as a lifeline for older people and people with dementia to socialize and be treated like royalty
- Hollie White, amongst many other talents, helps to manage farmland in the Somerset countryside including an exclusive wedding venue that would usually be booked up right through the summer months
- Dan Flanagan is the founder of Tot Rockin’ Beats and Dad La Soul – a programme of daylight family raves and structured playdates for dads who find it a challenge to make new friends in later life
- Rifa Thorpe-Tracey is a well known-figure in the digital sector as a coach and events manager and advocate of women in tech; organiser of She Says Brighton and the Spring Forward Festival, Rifa is also currently Head of Events & Marketing at Wired Sussex
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