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Business Start up for Creatives

This is a short intesive course for any visual creative who wishes to set up as self-employed or found a company.

This course is for artists, designers, photographers and image makers who
wish to know about how to set up in business, and learn about the benefits
of becoming self-employed. Did you know for instance that you can be
employed and be self-employed at the same time? Did you know that if you
sell work or need to gain commissions or run workshops on an ongoing basis
you need to gain legal trading status? But don't panic! This course will
give you an overview of where to find sources of support, how to write a
business plan, gain funding, and identify a market for your artwork and
skills. Other topics covered include raising awareness of legal issues, how
to keep records, financial matters, taxation, and invoicing.


Jonathan Silverman | talks | www
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Ms Alison Branagan | talks | www
Adrian Valencia | talks | www


Date and Time:

14 April 2008 at 6:00 pm


2 hours 30 minutes



Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design
Southampton Row
+44 20 75 14 70 15
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Organised by:

Alison Branagan
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£290 for 8 weeks

Available from:

Location Central Saint Martins College, Southampton Row, London
Enrol shortcourse@csm.arts.ac.uk
Tel 020 7514 7015
Visit www.csm.arts.ac.uk

Additional Information:

Please see testimonials as www.alisonbranagan.com
There will guest speakers, including IP experts, and a specialist accountant.

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