As gracious as he is profound, Sean Low is known to inspire those in the creative business to be as practical with business as they are creative with their art.
It is an honor to announce the Creative Business Symposium with Sean Low, a conference designed to address the issues and complexities unique to creative businesses to help you take your art to the next level.
Tickets - Denver Creative Business Symposium with Sean Low
Everyone should be creative. Whatever your art is, it should invigorate you and bring you joy. And if it happens to be your business, it should bring you the money you need to keep being creative.October 25, 2010 Denver Creative Business SymposiumThe Art of Your Creative Business9:00 am - 4:00pm Sage Room of the Oxford HotelCatered lunch and light snack to be served.Workshop will focus on identifying the core principles and philosophies that should drive every creative business.
- THE TOP DOWN – WHAT DO YOU WANT TO MAKE?
- HAVE MORE THAN ONE REVENUE
- KNOW WHO YOU ARE
- GO ALL THE WAY THERE
- CHANGE THE WORLD
- MAKE SURE YOU HAVE THE RIGHT CLIENT
- PRICE FROM STREAM
- EXTEND YOUR CLIENT BASE
- GO AS FAR AS YOU CAN GO
- BE THE BEST IN THE WORLD AT WHAT YOU DO
October 27, 2010 One-on-One Sessions with Sean Low4 Sessions available from 9:00am - 1:00pm Hamilton Room at the Oxford
Hour long business consultation for attendees of workshop. Sean Low will provide a comprehesive pre-session questionnaire for each one-on-one enrollee. Questionnaire will need to be completed two weeks prior to session.
SEAN LOW BIO
Sean Low is the Founder and President of The Business of Being Creative, a consulting firm focused on providing practical advice to those in the business of being creative. Prior to founding The Business of Being Creative, Sean spent six years as the President of Preston Bailey Design, Inc. representing Preston in his business endeavors around the world.
Sean has a law degree from the University of Pennsylvania and his business experience ranges from law, investment banking, financial executive to small business owner.
Through his work with Preston and his other creative clients over the last six years – Vicente Wolf, Marcy Blum, Tara Guerard, Michelle Rago, Style Me Pretty and Sylvia Weinstock to name a few – Sean has discovered his own creative passion: thinking about creative businesses – how they run, how to make them run better, helping them know who they are and then be the best at what they do.
You can read about Sean’s approach to managing creative businesses on his blog: www.thebusinessofbeingcreative.com.