Lutz Leichsenring

Lutz Leichsenring

Spokesman & Member of Executive Board

Lutz Leichsenring is one of the world’s authorities on protecting creative industries. Since 2009, he has been the spokesman & executive board member for the Berlin Clubcommission. He has fought tirelessly for the rights of Berlin’s vast underground club scene by organizing demonstrations, conferences, workshops & by speaking at round tables & parliamentary committees. With his recently launched project Creative Footprint, Lutz measures compares, & advocates for creative spaces in urban areas worldwide. He brings all the answers, strategies & collaboration tools for upcoming promoters & grassroots venues.

Night ambassadors approaches

Bip.Brussels - Guichet
Berlin's club scene is connected and represented by Clubcommission e.V.. The network supports its members via sector-specific training, advisory services, PR and networking. The Clubcommission is the voice of Berlin’s club scene and event promoters and, founded in 2001, is the first of its kind, housing 220 members, functioning independently from the Senate. All of the founding partners belong to the club and event industry, not representing the commercial nightlife scene, but a “music driven" crowd that listens to electro, punk and alternative music. The Clubcommission's focus is lobbyism, internal workshops, and campaigns against gentrification based club displacements and tries to keep Berlin at the forefront of progressive music and nightlife culture. In Berlin these campaigns have included efforts like press conferences, petitions and lobbying with help from hired, professional law firms.
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Night ambassadors meeting

Brussels City Hall
Berlin's club scene is connected and represented by Clubcommission e.V.. The network supports its members via sector-specific training, advisory services, PR and networking. The Clubcommission is the voice of Berlin’s club scene and event promoters and, founded in 2001, is the first of its kind, housing 220 members, functioning independently from the Senate. All of the founding partners belong to the club and event industry, not representing the commercial nightlife scene, but a “music driven" crowd that listens to electro, punk and alternative music. The Clubcommission's focus is lobbyism, internal workshops, and campaigns against gentrification based club displacements and tries to keep Berlin at the forefront of progressive music and nightlife culture. In Berlin these campaigns have included efforts like press conferences, petitions and lobbying with help from hired, professional law firms.
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