The Artful Business Conference is being held in Melbourne from 8 September 2014. Limited places are still available for the live event, with virtual passes available for those who can’t physically attend.
Held over two days, attendees will get to hear keynote presentations and workshop with nine of Australia’s leading entrepreneurs including Valerie Khoo, founder of The Australian Writers’ Centre, Lisa Messenger, founder of The Collective Magazine and Tess McCabe, manager of the Creative Womens’ Circle.
Conference founder Elle Roberts said that this years’ line up was the biggest yet and promised immense business development opportunities and networking for independent creative business owners.
“The Artful Business Conference isn’t just about teaching and inspiring independent designers and creators, it’s also about connecting them with other likeminded people and helping them build the networks and relationships they need to really take their business to the next level,” Ms Roberts explains.
“Most of the business development resources out there just don’t suit the grassroots, creative independents that I work with every day. Micro businesses are huge in Australia right now and The Artful Business Conference is about getting them in the same room as some of the country’s leading innovators – the movers and shakers who know exactly what it takes to take an idea and build something big. Our line up of speakers can impart real wisdom and actionable business advice from what they’ve learned growing their own businesses.”
Ms Roberts said that anyone whose business is borne from passion can benefit from The Artful Business Conference.
“If you’re passionate about what you do, this conference is for you. We have everyone from yoga teachers to artists and handmade crafters to bloggers and writers attend the event. Feedback from previous years has been overwhelmingly positive with many of our previous attendees telling us that this is the only business development event they feel actually caters to their niche business needs and how much they look forward to attending each year.”
The Artful Business Conference is being held in Melbourne for the first time since its inception. Limited places are still available for the live event with virtual passes available for those who can’t attend.
For more information visit the website www.artfulbusinessconference.com