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TOPIC - The Creative Life: Learning to navigate in and outside your design bubble

Entrepreneurs are creative about the way they do business and how they develop as successful small business owners. Creative entrepreneurs take this to the next level and in order to succeed, they have to work inside and outside their peer bubbles.

Join us on Monday, March 20 for an insightful discussion on how to navigate and master the creative hustle. In partnership with the Detroit Creative Corridor Center (DC3), we’ll hear from a panel of entrepreneurs who’ve have combined their creativity with imaginative business thinking to achieve success on their own terms. Hear how their work brings together their creative passion, personal and business goals, all while balancing those with the financial realities of their pursuits.

Chioke McRae- managing partner of ROOT 4

Piper Carter- image maker & community organizer
Joe Romo- partner at No Pulp Digital
Bree Grant- multidisciplinary artist & owner of Gant Studio
Brandon Christopher- creator of canvasXdetroit & cofounder of MASH Detroit

6:00 - 6:30 / networking
6:30 - 7:30 / panel discussion
7:30 - 8:00 / networking

**one free drink and snacks included**

Bring your business cards! Not only will you need them for networking, but we'll also draw a card before our panel discussion. Whoever is drawn has the opportunity to break the ice by presenting the audience with a small business concern.

Open City is a forum for Detroit's aspiring and established small business owners to learn, network, and exchange information in a fun and lively atmosphere. Join us each month this summer at a new Detroit neighborhood location, where a select panel of speakers will discuss a relevant small business topic, followed by casual networking. Events are FREE and open to all with no rsvp required.

2016-2017 season is presented by Comcast Business

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