How do you combine the vital business skills to allow your creativity to flourish?The creative and cultural industries are talked about as an important...
The Business of Creativity
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How do you combine the vital business skills to allow your creativity to flourish?
The creative and cultural industries are talked about as an important and growing part of the global economy.
Creative sectors across the world are increasingly recognising its importance as a generator of jobs, wealth and cultural engagement. At the heart of the creative economy are the cultural and creative industries that lie at the crossroads of arts, culture, business and technology.
But in a increasingly competitive industry, how do you combine the vital skills to flourish?
This facilitated workshop will work on a key issues facing the business of creativity today and provide practical tools to enable you to understand the business know-how required to bring out the best in you and your smarts.
About the presenter:
Heather MacDonald is driven by providing the best possible opportunities for educators and learners. She has established three businesses and is passionate about sharing her experiences — the highs and challenges in establishing a business from the ground up. Heather has worked with the International Olympic Committee, the Commonwealth Bank, ME Bank, UNICEF, the Australian Rugby, and The Australian Olympic and Paralympic Committees to build capacity and capability with their teams. Heather is co-founder of E4 with Giovanna Lever. E4 provides practical solutions for the transition of young people into the workforce.
E4 works with secondary and tertiary students, and young executives through structured one-on-one mentoring relationships that partners enthusiasm with experience to develop empowering relationships built on trust.