Tania/TEA Podcaster & Ali/KIIKSTART Talk Business for Creatives
Introducing a partnership between TEA The Entrepreneurial Artist Podcast & KIIKSTART
Ali Uren founder and owner of KIIKSTART will be joining me Tania Ingerson founder and owner TEA The Entrepreneurial Artist Podcast regularly to discuss all things business for creatives.
In this podcast we get to know Ali and we chat about projects she has been involved in, we cover many different topics that we will be exploring more in future podcasts, including the value of a business plan but more than that what you need to consider before you even start to work on a business plan.
“As the Founder of Kiikstart, early 2008, my mantra is to provide businesses and individuals with the skill and tactics needed to design the future and keep re-designing it in a world that is increasingly disruptive.
People choose me when they want new ways to solve persistent business problems through the design of new business models and building of skill and talent within their teams. So they can keep up with the increasing rate of innovation.
My approach combines strategy, learning and development ,resource and process design plus real world trial and experimentation of new ideas that build the bottom line.”
KIIKSTART Facebook page
We are excited to be discussing questions directly from our listeners over the weeks and months ahead. If you have a question or questions you would like Ali and I to discuss on TEA The Entrepreneurial Artist Podcast, please send you questions to any of these;
This is a very exciting partnership that we aim to give ideas, tips and discussions that will inspire and assist creative people to either start or continue to develop their creative businesses.
TEA The Entrepreneurial Artist Podcast will continue to interview Artists and Creatives about their journey and how they built a business/career that they can continue to do what they love.
I would like to acknowledge that music played on my Podcast is an original tune by
David Innocente, Jazz Musician/Artist