Creative Entrepreneurialism: Graphic Design, Product Development/Licensing and a Splash of Comedy Writing. Starting a business or launching a new product can be intimidating. But, with a promising idea plus planning, persistence, and personality, it can also be a positive experience and pleasantly profitable. In this fun and informative workshop, Jennifer will show us how she started her graphic design business and accompanying boutique line of greeting cards. She will offer an insider’s perspective on the greeting card industry, licensing, trade shows, Kickstarter campaigns, and how to sustain a referral-based business without losing your mind. Bring your questions and a sense of humor! A light lunch is included. FREE – CLICK HERE TO REGISTER!
Jennifer Adler has been self-employed since 2008 as a freelance graphic designer, a communications consultant, and the creative force behind Survival By Design Cards, a humorous independent line of greeting cards and sassy stationery products. Additionally, she is a royalty-generating greeting card writer and designer for Papyrus/Recycled Paper Greetings and RSVP/Sellers Publishing. Armed with a BA in Philosophy from Brandeis University and a professional certificate in Advertising Design from Rhode Island School of Design, she has a unique and quirky perspective that has lent itself nicely to creative self-employment.
Graphic Designer/Communications Consultant/Writer/Entrepreneur Survival By Design Cards