Outsourcing some tasks to a freelancer could be the answer to your overwhelmed feelings as well as business stagnation. We discuss the ins and outs of working with a freelancer, including when and what tasks are appropriate, the legal aspects and how to handle conflict.
Kiffanie Stahle is the legal eagle behind the artist’s J.D. In this Q&A session Kiffanie answers members’ legal questions on everything from trademark and copyright to contracts and more!
In this webinar, Anne LaFollette shares her expertise licensing your work in the surface design industry. Anne covers five key steps before you sign your first contract.
In this webinar, Katie Hunt of Tradeshow Bootcamp and Proof to Product shares her secrets to maximize your trade show investment and keep orders coming after your show ends.
Kiffanie Stahle is the friendly legal eagle behind the artist’s J.D. In this Q&A session, Kiffanie answers members’ legal questions on topics ranging from copyright and to contracts and more!
Nakia D. Hansen is a New York State-licensed attorney and digital strategist who currently serves as Of Counsel at Odegard Law, a boutique law firm in New York City and in this Q&A session she answers members’ legal questions.
There are basics to negotiating effectively. Expert Katie Lane shares techniques for being ready to negotiate when opportunity knocks!
Negotiating a business relationship or contract on your own can be incredibly intimidating, especially if negotiation doesn’t come naturally for you. It didn’t come naturally to Katie Lane when she first started work as an attorney. She had to learn how to negotiate including how to help herself when she felt uncomfortable or intimidated.
Katie shares her expert tips for getting comfortable in your role as a negotiator when you own a creative business.
Working with large retailers comes a host of challenges, some fun to solve and some more onerous. Here’s what you should know before signing a contract.
An open letter to the community from John Bolton, General Manager of Interweave. This letter apologizes for and announces corrections in favor of teachers.