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Creative Boosts

Hosted by Creative Colony, Creative Boost is a free morning workshop series from 9:30am–10:30am for creative professionals to learn important skills to advance their creative endeavors and connect with like-minded individuals in the community.

Aug 23, 2016 // 9:30am

August Creative Boost: How to Build Your Business as a Freelancer

August Creative Boost: How to Build Your Business as a Freelancer

Are you a freelance professional in a creative field struggling to make enough money? Do any of these describe you? You're not sure where to find ongoing, well-paying clients without feeli..

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A Free Morning Workshop Series for Creative Professionals

At each workshop, you’ll learn an important new skill to apply to your creative business. Workshops will be led by a variety of people in our community and the topics will vary each month, covering everything from social media to the importance of community, how to gain inspiration, maintaining wellness in our busy lives, and much more.

After each Creative Boost, we invite you to stay and cowork at Creative Colony with a half-priced day pass

For just $12.50, you can enjoy the company of other creatives, sip on free coffee or tea, have access to the wifi and the printer, and power through "humpday" with productivity.

IF you haven't already done a FREE 3-DAY TRIAL, and are eligible to be a member, you can also start your trial after the workshop and a quick tour. Just bring your laptop!

If you’re interested in being a presenter, please email

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"I've been working here on and off for 2 months, and it's like a work home away from home. I feel very comfortable here. It's a productive, healthy environment with a lot of light and like-minded people doing creative work that betters the world. The owner of the space have made a great effort to make the space user-friendly and adaptable to the needs of its diverse members."

Yvette Neisser Moreno, Writer and Editor