If you have a business idea and want to understand if it is viable and can have a successful future, there's nothing better than to start by learning to value your own creative work.
Starting from scratch doesn't have to be overwhelming if you have a repertoire of tools and knowledge to help you understand how to position yourself in the market.
In the following classes, 5 experts will show you those basic business principles that you must know to achieve it, whatever the area of your brand or business. To view each lesson, simply click on its red title. Enjoy!
A non-profit business can become a very expensive hobby. This is the premise of Mònica Rodríguez Limia (@rodriguezmon) - mentor, teacher, author and speaker - to teach you to value your creative work and lay the foundations of your business. In this lesson from the Business Models for Creators and Creatives course, Mònica shows you how to develop and implement your business vision so that you can have more opportunities for success.
Traditional work structures have changed and working from home has become increasingly common. Far from being an intuitive skill, working in the home office requires specific management, organizing space, time, image and objectives. In this class of the Home Office Best Practices: Working from Home Effectively course, Foncho Ramírez-Corzo (@cholutions) teaches you to develop a content and promotion plan to generate new leads and income opportunities remotely.
Going from being an amateur designer to a professional illustrator requires tackling a number of challenges. This is usually something that a creative does on their own or in a self-taught way, but in the Professional Illustration: Turn Your Passion into a Career course, Laura Varsky (@lau_varsky) teaches you to turn your passion for illustration into much more than just hobby. In this lesson, you will learn how to create your own brand ID.
In this class of the Planning and Management for a Creative Studio course, Enrique Rivera (@kike_dnoise), CEO of 360º Dnoise, explains how to invoice correctly and gives you advice on the basic accounting of invoices issued and received, as well as collection management. They are essential knowledge so that you facilitate your daily management a bit and you can focus on your work as a creative.
Becoming a professional freelance photographer requires a number of skills that go far beyond artistic knowledge. After overcoming various challenges in areas such as management, marketing, finance and even legal knowledge, photographer Danny Bittencourt (@dannybbittencourt) has achieved a successful international career. As part of the Professional Photography: Managing Your Freelance Career course, in this lesson Danny explains the importance of having a website to present your work and how to organize it, as well as optimizing it for the sale of products and services to the public.
These lessons will only be open until January 17th, 2021. If after that date you want to consult them, you can do so by signing up for each course.