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Business Planning for Creatives: First Steps with Isa Seminega, Clayhill Arts

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Are you a creative individual ready to take a step forward in your career but lacking the business skills to get started? Are you serious about making money from your creative practice but the label of ‘entrepreneur’ seems alien to you? If this sounds familiar, then join Isa Seminega, author of ‘The Creative Entrepreneur’,  on the online course ‘Business Planning for Creatives’ as she takes you through those all-important first steps of planning a creative business in this two part live online class.


Day One: Laying the Groundwork

Get started on your business journey by choosing a business idea and building your business model. We’ll cover every part of defining how you will make money, the people you will serve and how to ensure profitability.

Day Two: Purpose and Vision 

Once you’ve defined your business model, it’s time to craft your purpose statement and to define your vision. This will be your guiding light when making decisions and will help propel your business forward.

We have also set up a payment plan, so that you can spread the cost of the sessions over the next 4 months. You will find the option for doing this as you enter the checkout page.

For more infomation and to book, please visit our website

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