The Business of Creativity

Dream, Believe, and Create the Life and Career You Want

by Philiy Page


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 3/14/2019

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 190
ISBN : 9781982280543
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 190
ISBN : 9781982280567
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 190
ISBN : 9781982280550

About the Book

Have you dreamed of having a creative career, but didn’t know how to start? You’re not alone. Philiy Page has helped many women like you learn how to turn their talents into successful, sustainable careers. It can often feel intimidating knowing how make a name for yourself when no one knows who you are! Philiy is here to guide you through the process. With dreams, determination, and belief in yourself, you can create the career and life you have always wanted. Philiy is an award winning creative. She has had no leg up, and no family help to open doors for her. She wants to show you that if she can have a successful creative career, you can too! www.creativewomeninternational.com


About the Author

Philiy Page is the Founder of Creative Women International ® which was set up to support, train, and inspire creative women to create successful careers. Philiy has worked in the creative industries for over 24 years. She started as an award winning photojournalist for publications like The Guardian and Marie Claire, before moving on to BBC documentaries, advertising, picture editing, book publishing, and working as a feature film production manager. She has been a Teaching Fellow of entrepreneurship at the University of Bristol, and continues to deliver creative business start up courses, around the world, for Nesta & The British Council. She also delivers remote mentoring for start-ups in countries like the Ukraine, Brazil, Turkey, New Zealand and the UK. Philiy is an invited RSA Fellow for the work she does for Creative Women International, and her mission is to dispel the myth of the starving artist. When she’s not working on Creative Women International, you can find her drinking good coffee, hiking up mountains or playing tea parties with her young son Huxley.