7:30 PM19:30

Drink & Draw - SOLD OUT!

Image credit: Chronicle Books

Image credit: Chronicle Books

Collaborating with The New School of Art join us for an evening of creativity and drinking, drinking is of course optional but it might help you get started! Tutor Camilla Cannon, founder and director of The New School of Art, will be guiding you through some basic drawing techniques but absolutely no experience of drawing is required and we will provide everything you need. This event is aimed at having a good time in great company and just seeing where your mark making takes you. 

The ticket price includes all art materials, drinks (soft drinks will also be available) and some nice foodie bits to munch on too. Please do feel free to bring your own drinks if you'd prefer.

Any further questions please email Alice:

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Coffee at Bill's
9:00 AM09:00

Coffee at Bill's

It would be lovely to see you all for another inspiring chit chat at Bill's.

This isn't a networking event, just a friendly coffee and banter with nice people we don't always get the chance to banter with!

This event is invitation only as spaces are limited so if you have received an invitation please do RSVP so I can keep a eye on numbers.

See you there.

Alice x

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Coffee, Croissants & Collaboration
9:15 AM09:15

Coffee, Croissants & Collaboration

A simple HELLO could lead to a million things

We are super happy to be collaborating with Bill's as our chosen venue for the next Coffee Croissants & Collaboration (don't worry, you don't have to stick with just ordering a coffee and croissants, knock yourself out and go for the all-day breakfast!).

The purpose of this meet-up is to just enjoy having a chat and some breakfast amongst other creative folk. Come and say hello to new and familiar faces in a friendly local environment, and who knows, creative collaborations can form at any time and in any given space!

There are limited spaces so please do book your FREE space today. See you there, 9.15am Tuesday 29th April.

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8:00 AM08:00

Coffee, Croissants & Collaboration


SOLD OUT! but you can now book your ticket to the April one here: Coffee, Croissants & Collaboration

Come along to our first Wild Folk networking event. We'll have coffee, fresh croissants and  nice conversations that could potentially lead to some very cool collaborations. 

There'll also be a speaker talking for about 10mins on something very useful (haven't decided exactly what they'll talk about yet, I might just surprise you!).

This is a FREE event but places are limited so please do book using the ticketing form below. 

Held at Wild Folk Coworking itself. See you there :)

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7:00 PM19:00

Facebook & Twitter - mini masterclass


Facebook & Twitter – mini masterclass

Bring your laptop, tablet or iPhone as this will be a hands on practical workshop to get you working your social media sites like they've never been worked before (don't worry if you can't bring anything but a notepad as handouts will be given). 

Whether you need to get the best out of Facebook or Twitter for your business, blog, project or event, you'll learn just how far and wide these two platforms can take you. This class is best suited to Twitter and Facebook beginners or those wanting to brush up on their skills. You will learn about:

  • Unique URL's and handles
  • Headers/Bios
  • Getting the right look for your pages
  • Your tone of voice
  • Getting likes/shares/followers
  • Social media etiquette
  • How to use tweetups and hashtags
  • Self promotion
  • When and what to post
  • A whole heap more!

They'll also be plenty of time for Q&A.


Alice has over 5 years of startup business experience and a further 15 years working within the creative industries at a senior level. She is the co-founder of Wild Folk Coworking, co-author of The Style of Coworking and director of Alice's Studio. Alice has recently been featured in The Guardian Small Businesses and the London Evening Standard. Alice has also been named as one of the UK's top 100 Mumpreneurs and is currently in the running for LEAP Entrepreneur Award 2014. She's basically unstoppable!

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10:00 AM10:00

Make Things Happen - Sold Out!

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This event is hosted by Alice, the co-founder of Wild Folk Coworking, co-author of The Style of Coworking and director of Alice's Studio. She has recently been featured in The Guardian and the London Evening Standard talking about her work as a creative consultant and her expertise on coworking and collaboration. 

'I will be sharing with you the process I went through to get from the ideas stage to launching a sucessful creative business. I believe that everyone has the potential to 'make real' their ideas, it's how you organise and process those ideas that will really help you progress.

This talk includes:

  • my story of producing my first book; The Style of Coworking 

  • using a systematic approach to plan and organise

  • why we need, and how to foster beneficial collaborations 

  • startup basics

  • visual planning

The hope is that you come away feeling inspired, more organised and have a good sense of how to formulate your action plan to Make Things Happen.

Ticket price includes tea & coffee and there may be cake!

If you have any questions please do email Alice at:

Some happy attendees of Alice's previous talks:

'I love Alice's enthusiam and honesty, really inspiring'

'I feel motivated and enthusiastic about how and where to go with my ideas now'

'A nice mix of practical ideas and enthusiastic inspiration'

'Alice is really friendly and good fun, this workshop has inspired me with new ideas and how to use my creativity more'

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7:00 PM19:00

Social Media - sold out!


The world of Social Media can be a daunting one. Especially when everyone is so obsessed by it these days. It's a whole new techy language and the likes of a like, tag, RT and hashtag are now common everyday phrases and apparently everyone is just expected to know what they mean.

But fear not, we have teamed up with the fabulous Claire Culley aka 'She's called Claire' one half of Super+Super to host this event to prove that social media doesn't need to be as scary as you think it is and if utilised correctly is actually the perfect tool to promote your business.

Claire started a vintage style blog in 2010 and within a year had over 1500 twitter followers, 600 Facebook fans and commissions from big Fashion labels with social media buzz being largely responsible for this. 

Focusing on the advantages of different social media outlets and top tips on the best ways to use them, this talk is the perfect opportunity to learn more about this key aspect of having an online presence.

Smaller focus groups will then be available at later dates for those who would like more one to one advice and help to create and develop their social media skills.

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8:00 PM20:00

Be the boss of your own happiness

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There's nothing like a New Year to kick-start you into action on making those big life changes. So we thought we'd help you get on your way with that.

For this inspiring event Wild Folk Coworking are partnering with The Happy Startup School, an amazing new movement designed to help budding entrepreneurs develop their ideas into purpose-driven, sustainable and happy businesses. Based down the road in Brighton, they've already helped thousands of entrepreneurs across the globe, as well as hosting a sell-out conference in London's Hyde Park, workshops and online classes. They've been featured in Wired, the Guardian and .net magazine.


Mark Sears - Founder of Them Big Oak Trees

Mark spent 13 years at Virgin group where he oversaw the strategic direction of the Virgin brand and provided brand support for the 200 established Virgin businesses globally by championing the special culture that makes Virgin unique. 

18 months ago Mark decided to fly solo. He now works with brands and entrepreneurs helping them focus on growing purposeful brands that change things, for good. His unique take on brand building uses the principle of fieldwork to explore how natural systems and processes can provide the inspiration for growing future-proofed meaningful brands. 

Mark will explain why he decided to leave a dream job to follow his passion and how you can grow your brand around the things that inspire you most.

Laurence McCahill & Carlos Saba - Founders of Spook Studio and The Happy Startup School

These guys founded Spook Studio back in 2004, a web design and product innovation studio that works with startup founders and forward-thinking corporates to bring their tech ideas to life.

They were chosen as one of the 'Good People of 2013', using Tech for Good as part of this year's A Good Week – a global celebration of doing good.

In this talk they will tell us all about the amazing companies that have inspired them and all the great things the Happy Startup School is doing for our future businesses.

p.s we know you'll be a bit peckish this time of night so ticket prices include a couple of slices of pizza and beer to wash it down with.

TICKET PRICE OFFER - type of word: happywildfolk into the PROMOTIONAL CODE section and you'll receive £5 off the ticket price.

image credit: Matthew Taylor Wilson

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