Find out how to develop a proper business structure for operational efficiency.
If you missed out last month don't worry! We'll be airing encores of our recent digital workshops all month long.
Wednesday, May 12, 2pm ET. Watch critically acclaimed producer Deniese Davis, co-founder of ColorCreative, as she provides insights based on her experience in building media and entertainment companies. She will cover how to organize all of the details of your business for maximum efficiency, whether now or in a post-COVID world.
Follow the story of Reggie Smith & Angela Jennings, co-founders and owners of BOOMBOX Boxing Club. Take a deep dive into how Reggie & Angela built an operational strategy to support a variety of trainers and clientele as well as how they adapted to COVID-19 restrictions in a business dependent on physical interaction.
Learn the ins and outs of designing an efficient operational strategy for any small business, taught through the lens of an entertainment production company.
Deniese Davis began her career producing music videos, short films and digital content including Issa Rae's award-winning web series The Mis-Adventures of Awkward Black Girl. She is currently an Co-Executive Producer on the HBO Emmy-nominated comedy series Insecure and a Producer on HBO’s Emmy-nominated A Black Lady Sketch Show.
After 8 years of producing for Hoorae Media (fka Issa Rae Productions), Deniese recently launched her own production company Reform Media Group while continuing her work as co-founder of ColorCreative, a management company for diverse and emerging writers and filmmakers. Originally from Las Vegas, NV, Deniese is an alumna of CUNY-Brooklyn College (BA, Film Production) and the American Film Institute Conservatory (MFA, Producing). She sits on the board of Black Public Media and is a founding member of AFI's Alumni Council for the Lawrence Herbert Alumni Center (LHAC).
These eight foundational themes cover the ins and outs of the small business journey and provide resources to help you set the pace for your success.
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