The NJSBDC at Stockton University University, The NJSBDC at Rutgers Camden, The NJ Farmers Cooperative, and The United States Small Business Administration Present "The Artist's Guide To Growing Your Business In 2021" on March 22 from 10:00am to 11:30am. The event is free and will be presented online.
2020 was a challenging year for everyone, but particularly for artists and artisans. Not only is it hard to make art while running a business, but galleries, farmers' markets, and craft fairs were completely shut down, blocking any opportunity for income. Please join them for this free seminar that will give you real tools to manage the business side of your art and help you form a plan for growth.
The seminar is presented by: Carol Waties, Director, NJSBDC at Stockton University with Special Guest Speaker: Sheryl Paynter, US SBA Lead Lender Relations Specialist & Lead Economic Development Specialist. Click here to register online for the free seminar.
This is the first in a series of New Jersey Farmers Cooperative seminars.
The New Jersey Farmers Cooperative (NJFC) is creating a regional network of farmers, artists, and artisans in underserved communities in South Jersey and beyond to make our community more economically viable, save farmland by preserving historic properties, and reinvigorate our community as a whole by making farming and small business more accessible to people of color, women, and youth.