Every creative person should have (Film Makers, producers, dancers, Photographers etc.) the entrepreneur’s attitude, behaviors and habits that will trigger innovation and growth of the sector in terms of quality production. “To be an entrepreneur, you have to be ready to fail and not once, you have to test your business model in the real world, and every day you will learn something new that will be outside the confines of a classroom…” shared by Mr. Elly Omondi, Chrisc Tanzania Coordinator who graced our presentations at the Creative Entrepreneurship master classes that took place today at our office on Moivaro road in Arusha, Tanzania.
This course covers most of the key aspects of starting or scaling a business as a creative person. The course module includes; presentation, business model canvas, basic marketing, research, using the tools (internet, computer and computer applications), brand identity, finances etc.
Big congratulations to all the grandaunts for taking time off their busy schedule to come and learn how to go an extra mile in this competitive world. “Every creative person needs to create time and have an online presence, the big deals and market is also found online and we can’t afford not to be active online. Technical skills alone aren’t enough; we need to have the entrepreneurial instinct in our work”. Mr. Wilson Masaka Trainer, Creative Entrepreneurship Course.
Next we look forward to the next class Creative Media (cinematography and technical skills) starting 18th May to 29th May 2015.
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Have a blessed weekend and stay creative!