Entrepreneur Office Hours

One-on-one consulting for artists starting or growing businesses. All locations are by appointment only and open to the public. Discuss entrepreneurship ideas, strategies, and tactics with local professionals. In-person only. Request your appointment below.

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

Consulting topics at UArts:

  • Artistic project planning and fundraising - Matt Levy, 1st Mondays
  • Business development - Harvey Hoffman, 1st Mondays
  • Business strategy - Richard Genzer, 2nd Tuesdays
  • Content strategy - David Thomas, 2nd Wednesdays
  • Intellectual property / patents - Clark Jablon, 2nd Mondays
  • Legal - Frank Taney, 2nd Tuesdays
  • Marketing - Rayce Rollins, 2nd Tuesdays
  • Networking skills - Chuck Polin, 1st Mondays
  • Pitching and Presentation Skills - Judith Sachs, 2nd Mondays
  • Pricing and merchandising - Kristen Ainscoe, 2nd Wednesdays
  • Sales strategy (products) - Anne Cecil, 1st Tuesdays
  • Small business banking - Christopher Hansen, 2nd Thursdays
  • Social media advertising - Jackie Kollar, 2nd Thursdays
  • Social media strategy - Todd Hestand, 2nd Tuesdays
  • Taxes and Bookkeeping - Christianne Kapps, 2nd Thursdays
  • Video production - Edan Cohen, 2nd Thursdays
  • Web design and development - Mike Tedeschi, 2nd Wednesdays

Consulting topics at People's Emergency Center:

  • Brand marketing - Danielle Green, 1st Thursdays
  • Business planning - Earl Boyd, 1st Thursdays

Consulting topics at the Village of Arts and Humanities:

  • Customer management - Ben Gilbert, 3rd Wednesdays
  • Financial business strategy - Reco Owens, 3rd Wednesdays

Consultants' availability may vary monthly.

Cancellations: Must be made 24 hours in advance either through the scheduler or with the advisor directly.  Consulting sessions may be refused due to frequent cancellations under 24 hours or no-shows.

Entrepreneur office hours is a program of the Corzo Center @ UArts with People's Emergency Center and the Village of Arts and Humanities. Supported by the Knight Foundation and PECO.