Fundamentals of Running a Creative Business
Price – $20
Learn the basics of starting and running your creative business: from setting clear goals with a simple business plan and getting your business license, to starting your online shop and making your first sale. Workshop participants will leave with a better idea of the steps needed to make their creative business successful, and knowledge about diversifying their income streams within, and beyond, Humboldt.
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