I love the concept of CreativeMornings and especially the idea of having a searchable archive with access to all talks of every chapter. Tina Roth Eisenberg (aka swissmiss) who initiated the global, breakfast lecture series just started a Kickstarter project to realize this.
Tina Roth Eisenberg about CreativeMornings and the problem of not having a centralized platform to show the great stuff which has been produced during the last months:
After attending several conferences over the past few years, I felt like there had to be a more accessible event that was really just about bringing likeminded people together. So, I started CreativeMornings. One Friday morning a month, people in the creative community gather to hear a speaker share their story. The best part is that the coffee, the breakfast, the lecture — everything is free.
CreativeMornings was in four cities only a year ago. Now we are at 34 chapters and span six continents, thanks to our hard working hosts all around the world.
So here’s the problem. 34 chapters means 34 talks every month. We never planned for CreativeMornings to grow like this. We’ve been taping these talks all along, but as of now they are spread across the internet. It kills us that there are videos from hundreds of leading designers, artists, chefs, entrepreneurs, and no good place to see them all.