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Business and Enteprise Skills for Artists and Designers

A short intensive business and enterprise skills course for creative professionals.

Summer School 18th -21st August 2008, 10am - 4pm, 4 days
cost £300
location John Islip Street
This course is ideal if you’re an artist, designer or creative professional who’s thinking about self-employment or who’s already taken the plunge. Alison Branagan will help you maximise your potential in the visual arts sector by guiding you through the basics of setting up your own business.
During eight weekly workshops, you’ll develop your enterprise and negotiation skills and learn about self-promotion and networking, while gaining an understanding of your rights. The vagaries of taxation will be demystified and you’ll engage in critical debate on the key issues facing your particular venture.


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Date and Time:

18 August 2008 at 10:00 am


Full Day



Chelsea Programme, Chelses College of Art & Design
16 John Islip St
+44 20 75 14 77 80
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Organised by:

Alison Branagan
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£300 for 4 days

Available from:

Chelsea College of Art and Design (Next to Tate Britain)
Business and Enterprise Skills for Artists and Designers
(New title for next year 'Enterprise Confidence for the Creative Industries')

With Guest Speakers
Summer School 18th -21st August 2008, 10am - 4pm, 4 days £300
To enrol shortcourse@chelsea.arts.ac.uk or telephone: 020 7514 6311

Additional Information:

Please see testimonials as www.alisonbranagan.com
There will guest speakers from the Creative Industries and an IP solicitor.

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