WECREATE, a new workspace in New York, is teaming up with successful social business freelancer, Alisha Miranda, to present a day of career innovation on Tuesday, September 27th.
Transitioning a Freelance Career into Entrepreneurship will walk young professionals and self-starters through a series of short presentations and case studies that will motivate and educate those interested in pursuing their own startup business. Whether you've been freelancing for years, or a newbie to the entrepreneural scene, WECREATE and team are aimed to provide digital tools and services, solo PR tips, social media technology, and networking resources to help you build a sustainable business plan for your future endeavors.
$10 admission guarantees attendance as well as the following:
- endless coffee and water
- introduction and tour of WECREATE's studio
- presentation take-home materials
- solo and group brainstorming
- professional networking
- full-day coworking
- open workspace
Our event will follow:
9:30am - Intro & Presentation by Alisha Miranda
10:30am - Psychology of Transition by WECREATE
11am - Participant Case Study
12pm - CoWorking
Have FAQ regarding career/freelance/entrepeneurship ideas? Or, want to suggest us topics to address? Email Alisha: firstname.lastname@example.org
Read Alisha's story behind this event here
Follow Alisha on Twitter @makeshiftalisha
Follow WECREATE on Twitter @wecreatenyc
Thanks to Scoutmob for sponsoring this event! Score discount tix when you sign up here
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Alisha Miranda is a digital marketing strategist based in New York who has helped CEOs, small business owners, and media brands build a digital content foundation from which to advance their audience engagement and revenue opportunities.
She has been profiled in Fast Company, Gilt City, Bitly, AMEX Open Forum, Time Out New York, PR Week, Grub Street, New York Times, New York Observer, Mashable, Media Bistro, and others. When not working on media campaigns, she publishes food and travel stories that inspire young people to see the world.