Welcome to the Cat’s Pajamas Collaborative, a supportive community to help creative professionals thrive.
Our Collaborative is open to those working in the creative industry, either as freelancers or in-house, across many disciplines including marketing, communications, graphic design, event management and website design. We want to connect you with peers, both virtually and in real life, to share resources and expertise.
Our aim is to provide you with a platform for learning, skills exchange, collaboration and referral opportunities to expand both your business and your professional network.
We are currently looking for like-minded people who share our values of collaboration, creativity, honesty and integrity. If this sounds like you, we would love to invite you to be a part of our creative collaborative.
It really is the Cat’s Pajamas!
What you’ll get from the Cat’s Pajamas Collaborative:
Monthly member's meet-up (Cat's Pajamas Speakeasy) to network with fellow members.
Be part of an online directory of Collaborative members who can also offer you skills, support and expertise.
Participate in an online forum to connect and collaborate with other creative professionals – networking, ideas, support, opportunities for new business collaborations.
Your profile and services promoted across all Cat’s Pajamas digital channels when you become a member.
Access to our resource library to support you in your working life and the opportunity to contribute and showcase your expertise.
Access to and an introductory feature in our monthly newsletter full of interesting and useful content.
Monthly podcasts to keep you inspired and motivated and the chance to be interviewed by our founder in one!
Engaging events throughout the year for learning, networking and speaking gigs if that’s your thing.
What’s your investment?
You will get access to all of this for a membership fee of £12 per month. Sign up for a year in advance for £99!
We ask all members to set up their profile for the online directory, contribute to the community through discussions on the forum/ closed Facebook Group and our resource library; and, of course, identify opportunities to collaborate with fellow members where possible.