Our January Momentum meetup focused on all things relating to content creation. We invited Danae Edmonds to come and share her insights on content creation and how to effectively use the powerful tool of social media.
Jon believes that being an entrepreneur means you have to get creative. That it takes creativity to make things happen. Read to find out how Jon and Salem One supports creatives, what motivates him + more.
Kris Fulk has been a Swerve member since its beginning. For as far back as she can remember, she’s always been a creative entrepreneur. Read to find out why she loves Swerve, what got her into commercial photography + more.
October’s Meetup was a big one. For the past year, the Center for Creative Economy has been going through a brand redesign. As we look to the future, we decided on new names, and designs to update and refresh the CCE look.
Kristie Staton has spent her entire career in creative communications. She learned early on that the most important element in a marketing message was centered on the customer experience. Check out what Kristie is up to.
Our August Meetup was all about mentorship. We had a panel discussion to start a conversation around the importance of having a mentor and how to maintain a good mentor-mentee relationship.
JEFF WOLFE AND LYLE GRAVATT, ATTORNEYS AT FORREST FIRM, LEAD OUR MAY SWERVE MEETUP TO DISCUSS HOW CREATIVE BUSINESSES CAN PROTECT THEIR INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY THROUGH THE USE OF CONTRACTS AND SETTING UP THE BEST LEGAL STRUCTURE FOR THEIR BUSINESSES.
Our April Meetup was led by Sunny Su, Founder and Chief Innovation Officer of Paradigm Innovation. Sunny talked about letting go of assumptions around our customers and product and using creative design to innovate while being intentional and systematic.
At this month’s Meetup, Jason Drass, Co-Founder of Bull & Beard, spoke on a different email marketing strategy: creating new relationships through cold, unsolicited direct emails.
D’Andre is a CPA and the founder of Starnes & Co. LLC, a creative financial consulting firm in the Winston-Salem area. Additionally, he and his wife, Maliquea, run an event space called Muse at the Mill. He is an expert in bookkeeping, taxes, and financial planning and holds a full-time position as a Senior Financial Analyst at Reynolds American.