At KTG we’re passionate about a community’s power to drive change.
Online is great for reach and news, but our work is made all the more effective by getting people in a room to share experiences, knowledge and ideas with each other.
Our regional chapters tap into the brilliant creative communities that exist across our talented isle, and we’re excited to be rolling them out one by one - with the hope that we’ll have given every region access to a local KTG chapter by the end of 2020.
Alongside panel and training events, each region also has access to its own KTG mentoring programme, thanks to the brilliant network of our mentoring partners at The Conversation Space.
We strongly encourage you to reach out to your local chapter to see how you can get actively involved in your community.
Bristol based innovation and product development consultancy, Kinneir Dufort,is enabling Kerning The Gap to roll out in the South West and is reaching out to local businesses to join the KTG conversation.
To find out more about KTG South West, contact CEO of Kinneir Dufort, Merle Hall at email@example.com
Head-quartered in our home city, the South East chapter of KTG is headed up by our founder Nat Maher, supported by a plethora of agencies cross our capital.
To find out more about KTG South East, contact Nat at firstname.lastname@example.org
Headed up by creative Director, Anna Wanczyk, Ladies Wine Design organiser, Eve Warren and Managing Partner at Elmwood, Sarah Dear (who’s studio will be KTG Yorkshire’s home), our Yorkshire chapter will officially launch on 14th November!
To find out more about KTG Yorkshire, contact Anna at email@example.com