The meeting with the creditors will be held at Stoke's Britannia Stadium
A date has been set for a meeting of the creditors of Waterford Wedgwood after it was announced the company has been sold to a US equity firm.
Last week it was announced that the company, which went into administration in January, had been sold to New York-based KPS Capital Partners.
Administrators Deloitte said a meeting had been set for 23 March.
The creditors include workers who missed out on a full redundancy package and pottery industry suppliers.
The meeting will take place at Stoke-on-Trent's Britannia Stadium.
The Waterford Wedgwood group had debts of around £400m when it went into administration.
On Monday, two members of the Wedgwood family who had put in a bid to buy the pottery firm said they were "very disappointed" it went to a rival bidder.
Cousins Tom D Wedgwood and Tom R Wedgwood, eighth generation descendants of founder Josiah Wedgwood, urged the new owners to keep jobs in Stoke-on-Trent.