Recession Cafe Opens Its Doors for Discussion

From today, a new online destination for anyone affected by the current recession opens its doors for topical discussion on themes like redundancy, debt, house prices, economics, job hunting and other credit crunch related issues.

London, United Kingdom, February 22, 2009 --( Recession Cafe ( is a web 2.0 enabled social networking website that allows members to easily create their own profiles, post blogs or participate in forums and connect with others in similar circumstances. Recession Cafe ( provides a vital meeting place to discuss and exchange views and advice on a wide variety of topical issues and share the big stories of the day.

“Having seen the devastating impact on ordinary hard working individuals of falling house prices, debt and ever mounting job losses Recession cafe provides the perfect place to talk openly with others in the same situation”, said Andy Robertson, founder and creator of Recession Cafe. “Talking about your problems is the most natural thing to do when faced with adversity and I wanted to create an online community that is topical and easy to use, ultimately helping everyone to get back on track.”

Recession cafe is completely free to join and use and it only takes a few minutes to register and participate in discussions. The site is presented in a clean and easy to use format, just visit for more information and find out what’s being said by real people at the coalface of the UK recession.

About Recession Cafe:
Recession Cafe makes it possible for anyone concerned by the current recession to participate in topical discussions in a user friendly online environment. Far more than a job board or blogging site, Recession Cafe enables its members to discover other people, exchange advice and ideas through its interactive membership, forums, blogging and chat facilities. Incorporating the latest Web 2.0 technology Recession Cafe brings social networking to people with common issues and, by focusing on those troubled by the recession it offers tailored topical features, making networking and discussion simpler.

Recession cafe
Andy Robertson
+44(0) 755 401 8297