The organisation was initiated following a meeting at London & Partners of 20 senior creatives, which supported the need for such a body.
Live Union’s Jez Paxman, who is chairing Live Experience Creatives, said: "Unlike other creative sectors, live events and experiential creatives have no forum through which to meet. We aim to change that by providing the opportunity for junior designers, freelancers and creative leads to come together, share ideas and showcase great work."
The organisation will be holding its first event in May, and its wider aims include promoting the industry to students on creative courses, working with awards programmes to recognise creativity and establishing a portfolio-sharing resource for freelance talent.
The group is supported by the International Special Events Society (ISES).