Winston-Salem is full of successful women who have owned and operated businesses, and these entrepreneurs want to share what they’ve learned.
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CCE would like to welcome it’s newest Swerve members:
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Thursday, May 19, 2016 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Do you give your art and craftwork away? Why not learn how to make some money selling it? Learn about “shameless self-promotion” and why it is so important. Discover your comfort zone and learn how to break out of it to find new opportunities and new customers. This seminar is designed for visual artists who struggle with trying to make a living with their talents. Students are invited to bring a piece of their work. Directions – http://www.forsythtech.edu/services-businesses/small-business-center/driving-directions/
Speaker: Greta lint
On April 4th, the Center for Creative Economy officially bid farewell to Brittany Mashburn and welcomed Magalie Yacinthe into our creative family! Magalie serves as the newest Project Management Assistant alongside Executive Director, Margaret H. Collins.
Magalie comes to the Center for Creative Economy with experience working with a Winston-Salem nonprofit, Delta Arts Center, as well as many years in the corporate world at Aon. She founded her own company within the creative industries, Yacinthe Events Services. This experience with events will be a big help for CCE. She enjoys traveling, reading, and writing. One of her goals is to publish a romance novel (we have a hopeless romantic on our hands).
Magalie is very enthusiastic about her involvement with CCE and has already began to add value to our team. Please look for her at our events, and introduce yourself. Welcome Magalie!