The Innovators Club run free community workshops that teach people rapid innovation skills. They aim to spread the word and help more people create more robust ideas faster.
Led by a team including a creative strategist, an industrial designer and a researcher. Since they started offering workshops in 2015, they have acquired over 400 members – including school students, uni students, professionals, retirees and more.
The Club’s founders have produced a number of successful personal projects (including the ButterUp butter knife, and the Plugsley thong repair kit), and their goal is to help more people realise passion projects of their very own.
At the Sydney Mini Maker Faire, The Innovators Club will serve as an education point, with some hands on displays and some activities for people to get involved with.
Find out more about The Innovators Club at: http://www.the-innovators.club/