EVENT : March 16, 2018 — March 17, 2018.
Spring into action: grow your craft practice and business
Take your work to the next level in 2018!
Standard: £15 Friday only — £30 Friday and Saturday
Concessions: £12.50 Friday only — £27.50 Friday and Saturday
Working with micro business specialist adviser Lorna Dallas-Conte you will learn tips, techniques and tools to help you to find new energy and time to develop and grow your business.
This workshop is split into two events:
Friday 16th March (6-8pm):
A small group workshop which will help you to identify barriers, find new ways of thinking around the challenges, and discover the opportunities that you have been longing to explore. This workshop is aimed at people who have been working with their business for 2 or more years, who want to take their practice to the next level.
Saturday 17th March (slots from 10 – 4:30):
Follow Friday evening’s workshop with a 1:1 session with Lorna to turn this new knowledge into a personal action plan with mini-steps to achieve the growth you need.
About Lorna Dallas-Conte: Lorna Dallas-Conte has been working in the creative sector as a specialist business adviser for many years. She is known for her work in areas of regeneration. She combines this with a role in the University of the Arts, working in the department of Culture and Enterprise at Central Saint Martins, and the Fashion Business School at London College of Fashion. Lorna has been a designer maker and has also created and owned her own craft gallery in Kent. She has also run a textile hand print workshop and charity in London.
Lorna is fun to work with, but is also challenging and enthusiastic about you and your potential.
Friday 16 March 2018: 6 – 8:30pm.
Saturday 17 March 2018: 7 x bookable slots between 10am and 5:30pm.
Get your ticket here.
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