The Corzo Center Incubator Grant / Wells Fargo Fellowship Program helps UArts students and alumni develop new ideas, launch creative businesses, and establish social enterprises.

2015-16 Lectures

Free and open to the public.

The Intro to Entrepreneurship courses provide Philadelphia artists with interactive instruction on the basics of starting and growing a business. There are three levels of courses:

One-on-one consulting for Philadelphian artists starting or growing businesses. By appointment only and open to the public. Discuss entrepreneurship ideas, strategies, and tactics with local professionals. In-person only at UArts, 211 S Broad St, 9th Floor. Request your appointment below.

Before scheduling, please check the Corzo Center's Business FAQ videos for answers to your questions.

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