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We work with teams and organisations to help them learn skills for modern business, including creativity, critical thinking and problem solving.


Creative Huddle works with teams and organisations to help them learn skills for modern business, including creativity, critical thinking and problem solving.

Some of our clients

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When we set out to build our leadership programme at HarperCollins we wanted to involve only the very best external suppliers, and when it comes to creativity and innovation that means Creative Huddle. They engaged with and worked alongside our creative director to build a highly engaging bespoke session that filled our leaders with ideas and inspiration. I’d highly recommend Creative Huddle – they’re easy to work with, know their stuff and are passionate about what they do.

John Athanasiou

Director of People, HarperCollins Publishers

If you’re going to learn anything in this day and age, make it creativity.

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Better business results

Creativity is the most powerful force in business. So if you’re going to learn anything to get ahead in today’s fast-paced, competitive marketplace, make it creativity. But don’t just take our word for it, see what the experts and case studies say.

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Productivity and engagement

In our recent Creativity at Work Survey we asked people the question: “How does being creative at work make you feel?” The answers are a powerful argument for creativity as a positive influence on productivity and engagement.

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Creativity can be learned

Creative thinking is not purely a God-given gift; it is a skill, which can therefore be taught. Genetic studies suggest that genes determine only 10% of the variability in creative potential, so there is a lot of room for development. 

Creative Huddle took the time to really understand our business and what we were looking to achieve. The year-long programme they developed for our team is exciting, interesting and really engaging.

David Knowles

Managing Director, ThinkBDA

Set up a meeting or arrange a trial

Get in touch to arrange a phone call or face-to-face meeting to find out more. Or, if you'd like to see us in action by attending a trial workshop or setting one up inside your organisation, we'd be happy to hear from you.

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