More than 80 attended the first night event (pics: contributed)
A new networking group has been launched aiming to encourage greater collaboration among Tayside’s business and creative community.
More than 80 people attended the inaugural event for Societay at The White Goose in Dundee.
It has been set up by Chris Gardiner, Andy McGill and Daniel Rosie who aim to host a monthly events across the city, including creative cafés, workshops, dinners and talks.
Societay hopes to include creatives to councillors, students to social workers, designers to doctors and those from different sectors in Tayside.
In a statement, the trio said: “There is no structure, no pressure, and no agenda. Our events are inclusive and open to everyone.
“2018 is going to be one of the most significant years in Dundee’s history, not least because of the V&A and the new waterfront being unveiled to the world.
“We think the more people who start recognising Dundee as the exciting place that it is, the more people will visit. We identified a real need for a relaxed, collaborative platform within the city and that’s how Societay was born.
“We hope to bring the city together through connecting people and places in Dundee and outwards across Tayside.”