Co-Presidents: Irina-Cristina Bodgan & Jennifer Ritchie
The Creative & Cultural Business society was founded in 2017 following the creation of the School of Creative and Cultural Business at Robert Gordon University.
We bring together a diverse range of students from a wide variety of courses to create a sense of community within the School of Creative and Cultural business. It creates opportunities for members to network, collaborate and socialise by working together and sharing our skills and resources. We inspire unity, creative thinking and individuality.
We host a number of events every year including guest speakers, an international food night and an end of year dinner for the whole school.
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