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How To Train Your Artist! A Handling And Obedience Manual For All Managers! (Part 1)

In this week’s blog I’ll discuss some of the techniques and tricks for training and working with artists.  Having an artist can be a fun and rewarding experience.  734 more words

Entrepreneurship

Talent Can Be Learned, But Can Ambition?

   My first job in China was an HR position for a start up company. I was looking through many applicants’ CVs each day, but it wasn’t until a year after I started that I received a CV of a talent that left me completely in awe: 858 more words

Entrepreneurship

Talent or Ambition, Which Matters More When Starting a Business?

When we hear about someone who has succeeded in business, our first thought might be that this person is very talented. By reading the stories of some of the most successful people in history, we can see that not all of them were born talented. 457 more words

Entrepreneurship

What Sustainability in Business Means to Me

When I started my business a few years ago, I was driven by the idea that I wanted to work for myself in a way that was different to a normal 9–5 job. 413 more words

Art & Creativity

The Artist Entrepreneur Will Appreciate Lisa Congdon's "Art Inc."

by Lynn S. Schwebach

I love the internet, but sometimes I get lost clicking several links as I read, getting off topic and into areas that aren’t relevant. 672 more words

Art Business

Donna Ardizzoni photography featured at Paprika Grill

PAPRIKA GRILL
185 Washington Street, Gloucester, MA
Featured Artist- Inaugural Exhibition
Donna Ardizzoni
Photographs
May-July 2017

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Ink Studio, Strategy, and Business Model Canvas

Can art business sustain itself while reinforcing the core mission of promoting delicate culture? In 2012, three Stanford alumni co-founded Ink Studio, an art gallery focused on Chinese ink painting and calligraphy. 415 more words

Enterprise