Building a business, especially a creative one, is a journey with a lot of milestones along the way. But what exactly are those milestones and how can we know we’re on track? Learning from our peers and the makers who have forged their path before us is one of the best ways we know to stay on top of things, so we’re thrilled to sponsor an event next week hosted by Built Oregon and MadeHere PDX, part of a new partnership they’ve created called the Portland Entrepreneurial Project (PEP).
This PEP Talk about “What It Takes to Make” features fantastic makers at all stages of their business, discussing things like translating product concept to production, the funding cycle, building a customer base, and staying true to your craft. Not only will you hear from the diverse creatives behind Kiriko Made, Plywerk, Roots Soap, and JBird Collective, you can meet and network with your peers in a casual comfortable environment. I hope you’ll join us!
PEP Talk: What It Takes to Make
June 16, 6:30–8:30pm
at MadeHere PDX, 40 NW 10th Ave
Tickets: $12 general, free for Built Oregon members ($24 annually)
drinks and snacks provided
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