Birds of a feather meetings are informal gatherings of individuals with the same interests. They are usually unstructured and ad-hoc.

Summary by The World of Work Project

Birds of a Feather Meetings

Birds of a feather meetings can be similar to communities of interest in that they may be organic in their development. Some conferences have slots set aside for them on specific subjects / interest areas. Our understanding is that they may have originated from the world of computing.

There’s really nothing more to say about these meetings.

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We have basically nothing to say about these meetings. They just sound like a bit of a get together for a chat to us, so not sure we even need a name for them, but perhaps it’s helpful…

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