Following this months successful Tuttle.101 I’m happy to announce there’ll be another in November – this time we’re aiming for at least 25 attendees and we’ve already got a coffee sponsor – big thanks to Steve Rowland of Made In Medway and Stephen Bartholomew of Curve21 ‘-)
On Monday 9th November 2009 (between 9:30am – 12:30pm)
Tuttle.101 (otherwise known as Social Media Café Medway)
will be upstairs in The George Vaults Rochester (Kent)
(35 The High Street, Rochester – click here for a map)
Photo: Tuttle.101 in Rochester, Medway (Kent) Original photo taken and licensed under creative commons by Peter Harris—
What is Tuttle?
The Tuttle Club is a loose association of people working better together both online and off.
It is not a business networking event. It is simply a meeting place for people to share in conversation, have a coffee, work on their laptop (with free WiFi), and hopefully talk to complete strangers about what they are reading, inspired by, or perhaps even working on in their shed or spare time – hopefully leading to some creative collaboration and long-term innovation.
In this video, Lloyd Davis (the Founder of Tuttle) loosely outlines it’s story in conversation with Chris Dalby:
You don’t need to sign-up to attend but please do leave a comment below (with preferably your name and email) so there’s a rough idea who and how many are coming.
If you’d like more information please email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call me directly (Carl: 07929 601737).
More information on the ‘now global’ Tuttle Club can be found via the original tuttleclub blog.
We look forward to meeting you there =)