CreativeMornings wouldn’t be possible without the generous support of Official Partners and local sponsors. With their support, this series of events can grow, and remain free and accessible to anyone. Our Official Partners make a significant investment in CreativeMornings and are the key reason why CM exists worldwide. CreativeMornings hearts our partners!
Official Partner for Communication:
More than three million people and businesses use MailChimp to design and send email newsletters. MailChimp shares CreativeMornings' belief that we’re better when we work together.
Best advice Ben has received:
“‘These things take time.’ The back story is that I was frustrated with our business, because it had been five years and we didn’t seem to be moving fast enough. I was ready to throw in the towel, and I was just ranting to a random person that I cornered. I’m sure he was just trying to get me to calm down and go away, because the advice is soooo simple and generic. But for some reason it calmed me down. I’m glad I stuck with it. Changed my life.”
Official Partner for Visual Inspiration:
Shutterstock is proud to serve as CreativeMornings’ Official Partner for Visual Inspiration. With more than 50 million photos, vectors, illustrations, videos and music clips—and thousands more added daily, as well as creative tutorials on their learning platform Skillfeed—Shutterstock provides the building blocks for great creative work. Together with CreativeMornings, Shutterstock supports conversation, community, and professional development for creative people worldwide.
Best advice Jon has received:
“Never give up. Keep trying. Don’t be afraid to fail.”
Photo by William Hereford
Official Partner for Online Publishing:
Squarespace’s mission is to provide creative tools that help anyone give a voice to their ideas. From the designers and engineers who are creating the next generation of web and mobile experiences, to anyone putting a website together for the first time, Squarespace provides elegant solutions that set new standards for online publishing.
Best advice Anthony has received:
“‘The job of the CEO is to remove roadblocks and give away all of the credit.’ I think that advice can be applied outside of just leadership positions and touches on two fundamental things that people sometimes lose sight of.”