Business Behind-the-Scenes: Growing Your Creative Passion Premium class
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Using Your Strengths2:11
Growing Your Business Organically3:44
Finding Creative Outlets as your Business Grows3:32
Building Your Personal Brand3:30
Growing Your Brand2:04
About This Class
Looking to transform a creative project into a business? This 20-minute class with jewelry designer Caitlin Mociun shares the real stories behind how she grew her side passion into a thriving Brooklyn business — all to give you the inspiration to launch a creative business of your own.
Whether you're an aspiring entrepreneur or already selling your work, you'll finish these lessons renewed to stay real, authentic, and true to the creative passion at your core.
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This is a very informal class. As several other reviewers said, it feels like a casual conversation over coffee with one creative person who has figured out how to make her creativity pay off. There are a few points that she makes throughout the class which are quite valuable and got me thinking pretty hard about where I want my own journey to take me.
Life is but a rough draft
Established in 2011, MOCIUN is jewelry line and brick and mortar based in Brooklyn, New York. The retail location features artisan-made ceramics and other unique home wares. Founded by Caitlin Mociun, the fine jewelry line is known for one-of-kind stone cluster rings, antique diamonds and rare stones.
Their ethical practices include recycling metal scrap, whether pulling it into wire or refining it to use in future casting. MOCIUN also sources quality stones and we use antique diamonds and gemstones. Our sustainable model is created by focusing and engaging in the community in which MOCIUN jewelry is made. We work closely with suppliers and all of our pieces are made in New York by reputable jewelers. We’re proud to be the Honorable Mention at the American Gem Trade Association Spectrum Awards in 2014.