Founded in 2017, the Creative & Cultural Business Society brings together a diverse range of students from a wide range of courses.
Through various opportunities which allow our members to network, collaborate and socialise together; we create a true sense of community within the School of Creative and Cultural Business.
We aim to inspire unity, creative thinking and individuality.
Co-Presidents: Ribh O'Neill and Nora Bessenyei
Events Manager: Elodie Marie Arnold
Social Media Manager: Monica Diaz Fraga
Secretary: Martin O Alohan
Regular events include:
International Food Nights
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