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VIDEO: Defining your Vision - Monthly Art World Webinar (December 2014)

written by: Be Smart About Art Team Dec. 11, 2014 4) Videos 3548 views

VIDEO: Defining your Vision - Monthly Art World Webinar (December 2014)

Each month, we invite an expert speaker to divulge knowledge in the Second-Wednesday Webinar. The event takes place for an hour and has attendees from all over the globe, as it can be accessed simply with a reliable internet connection. Participants are invited to ask questions, and the speaker answers as many as time allows.

On 12th March 2014, Sarah Thelwall explained some basics of finance for creatives with Plain English . Sarah is a strategist and consultant in the Creative Industries and founder of MyCake.org, an online financial management and benchmarking business tool.  Sarah regularly works with creative entrepreneurs across the UK and overseas to apply their creativity building and operating a business, providing understanding of how to use business tools for growth and success. 

In this 15-minute webinar video recap, she takes you through key understanding of managing cash flow, from exhibitions to holidays. There is a strong visual element to the video, designed for individuals in the creative enterprises. 

Simply press play below - and enjoy!  - See more at: http://www.besmartaboutart.com/blog/125/what-do-creative-professionals-need-to-know-about-finance-second-wednesday-webinar-video-recap-march-2014#sthash.hWny8EEV.dpuf
Each month, we invite an expert speaker to divulge knowledge in the Second-Wednesday Webinar. The event takes place for an hour and has attendees from all over the globe, as it can be accessed simply with a reliable internet connection. Participants are invited to ask questions, and the speaker answers as many as time allows.

On 12th March 2014, Sarah Thelwall explained some basics of finance for creatives with Plain English . Sarah is a strategist and consultant in the Creative Industries and founder of MyCake.org, an online financial management and benchmarking business tool.  Sarah regularly works with creative entrepreneurs across the UK and overseas to apply their creativity building and operating a business, providing understanding of how to use business tools for growth and success. 

In this 15-minute webinar video recap, she takes you through key understanding of managing cash flow, from exhibitions to holidays. There is a strong visual element to the video, designed for individuals in the creative enterprises. 

Simply press play below - and enjoy!  - See more at: http://www.besmartaboutart.com/blog/125/what-do-creative-professionals-need-to-know-about-finance-second-wednesday-webinar-video-recap-march-2014#sthash.hWny8EEV.dpuf

Each month, we host a free webinar, in which a speaker divulges knowledge. The event takes place for an hour and has attendees from all over the globe as it can be accessed simply with a reliable internet connection. Participants are invited to ask questions, and the speakers answers as many as time allows. 

In this installation of the Monthly Art World Webinar, our Founder Susan Mumford and her guest Deborah Henry-Pollard from Catching Fireworks talk about how to define your vision and are specifically looking at your plans for the next year. 

The full-length one-hour webinar is available to BSAA Members in the Members Gateway. If you'd like to learn more about BSAA Membership, click here.

You can view the Webinar Recap video below.

Read Deborah's full profile as a #besmartaboutart Creative Specialist
[and book an exploratory 15-minute session with her]

Simply press play below to watch - and enjoy! 



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