EVENT : April 15, 2015.
CBD workshop: Making the Best Start
Do you run your own small craft or design business? Do you dream of making as a full-time career? Do you need the confidence and basic business know-how to get your creative business off the ground?
Then look no further… we’re here to help.
In this workshop, Creative Consultant Jenny Rutter will help you to explore your professional identity and brand, preparing you for best practice in running your creative business. Jenny will offer an overview of pricing your work, writing and sharing your creative CV, and approaching industry professionals with confidence.
The session will be a mixture of practical exercises and inspiring advice and guidance from Jenny, and you’ll leave with the skills and confidence to take the next step for your business.
“Making the Best Start”: Professional practice for early career designer makers with Jenny Rutter
15th April 2015, 2-5pm
space2, Manchester Craft & Design Centre
Tickets and more info here
Jenny Rutter (JCR Creative) has been supporting creative businesses in the North West for 15 years and is a SFEDI accredited business advisor specialising in work with creative start ups. She is also a NESTA recommended consultant for the delivery of training relating to their ‘Creative Enterprise Toolkit’. Her passion is using creativity to drive real change, for the businesses she mentors and coaches, the organisations she works with and the places she believes in.
So if you’re ready to move your creative business to the next level, and need a helping hand with how to make that jump, book a place now!
This workshop has been specially designed for makers as part of MCDC’s Creative Business Development sessions. These workshops respond directly to makers’ needs and aim to develop the skills and knowledge needed to maintain a healthy creative business. For more information, email us or visit www.craftanddesign.com.
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