Are you looking for more resources about entrepreneurship or starting a new business? The links below may be able to answer your questions. If not, please contact the Corzo Center, and we will find an expert to answer. 

Technology for Creatives

Learn what artists, makers, and creatives need to know about using technology as a way to grow their practice.

Presented by Rick Genzer, management consultant specialist in strategic planning, new product development, technology, ecommerce, outsourcing, and fund raising.

Taxes for Artists

Do you feel lost when you think about managing your money as a freelancer?

Headlong Performance Institute's Amy Smith will guide you through basic financial literacy and terms, individual taxes, budgeting and tracking expenses, tips for debt-reduction and saving money as you begin (or continue) your freelance journey.

Selling Options

An in-depth look at the pros and cons of various selling channels – consignment, online, wholesale, and trade and craft shows.

Presented by Anne Cecil, Director of Design & Merchandising at Drexel University – Westphal College of Media Arts & Design.

Sell Or Go Home - Part 6

Learn what performers and artists need to know about presenting their work online and the resources available to them.

Presented by Aaron McLean, co-founder and COO of Eight Eleven Inc., a leading Philadelphia marketing technology agency.

Product Photography

Your product or artwork is exquisite--but if your photos of it aren't, promoting your work is tough. Product photography for your website, social media, email lists or online marketplace can make or break sales.

Rachel Kotkoskie discusses techniques, tools, and settings, with examples you can use to make your work impossible to ignore.