1. Corzo Center for the Creative Economy – Entrepreneur Office
If you’re an artist, there’s a world of resources for you in the form of The Corzo Center’s office hours. A variety of local creative professionals offer free one-on-one entrepreneurship consulting for other creatives. With 13 different consulting areas, that’s a lot of experienced knowledge to tap into.
- Business strategy – Richard Genzer
- Content strategy – David Thomas
- Intellectual property / patents – Clark Jablon
- Legal – Frank Taney
- Marketing – Rayce Rollins
- Pitching and Presentation Skills – Judith Sachs
- Press relations – Peter Key
- Pricing and merchandising – Kristen Ainscoe
- Social media – Todd Hestand
- Student debt – Michael Light
- Taxes and Bookkeeping – Christianne Kapps
- Video production – Edan Cohen
- Web design and development – Mike Tedeschi
Get more info on the Corzo Center for the Creative Economy Website.
2. Mentor Monday with GoodCompany Ventures
If you are a startup social venture, one-on-one advice can be huge. Garrett Melby, founder of GoodCompany Ventures, holds “Mentor Monday” on the 1st and 3rd Monday of the month to give guidance and direction to entrepreneurs looking to make the world a better place. Make use of his venture capitalist background to help you focus on your goals.
(Full disclosure, Garrett Melby serves on the board of Generocity.org)
3. Philadelphia VIP Legal Clinic
Getting legal advice is costly, even to understand what you need from your legal counsel. VIP helps to organize legal clinics where volunteer attorneys and law students can provide short-term legal assistance, advice and education to clients in the community. These clinics happen regularly and help provide limited legal services and assistance to clients in their own neighborhoods. If you don’t know where to start with legal assistance, this is a good place to start.
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Learn more on the Philadelphia VIP website.
Bonus: ongoing mentoring from SCORE Philadelphia
SCORE has been helping entrepreneurs for the last 40 years, mobilizing a network of 13,000 volunteers. If you are a startup or an existing small business, mentorship can be key to growing your business and scaling your organization.
Find out more on the SCORE website.
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