Tag: Anythink Startup Month
Host your lemonade stand, craft stand or highlight your other creations. Each child will be given fake Anythink money to spend on items at the fair. Please contact Anythink Perl Mack at 303-428-3576 for more information. Appropriate for kids. Space is limited; registration is required.
Create a stunning first impression with well-designed business cards. Learn the basics of graphic design and Microsoft Publisher, and leave with business cards in hand. Appropriate for adults. Space is limited; registration required.
You have a website, but can customers find you online? Learn about search engine optimization (SEO) from Anythink artist in residence and web developer Nick Langle. Discover simple steps you can take to improve your business' web presence. Appropriate for adults. Space is limited; registration required.
Can your customers use your website from their phones? As more browsing and shopping shifts to mobile, make sure your website is responsive. Join Anythink artist in residence and front-end web development engineer Nick Langle for a workshop on making a mobile-friendly website. Learn the difference between apps and responsive websites, as well as ways to reach more customers. Appropriate for adults. Space is limited; registration required.
Fine-tune your business pitch and land your next investor. Presented by Brighton Economic Development, attendees of this workshop should arrive ready to deliver and workshop their business pitch. Space is limited; registration required.
Learn the art of the side hustle. Whether you’re looking for extra cash or a way to pursue your passion, explore ways to build a business while still working your full-time job. Appropriate for adults. No registration necessary.
Gain essential insights into the industries of film concept art and comics. This session is led by Zak Hennessey, professional artist and founder of the DEAD Academy, a portfolio-based trade school that helps students develop the skills needed for artistic jobs in the entertainment industry. Appropriate for teens and adults. Space is limited; registration required.
Sway potential investors and partners by learning the art of the pitch. Join Brighton Economic Development to discover ways of effectively sharing your business idea. This intro program will cover the basics of creating a pitch, leaving a long-lasting impact, and common pitfalls to avoid. You’ll also learn about the Brighton Business Innovation Pitch Competition and how to participate. An advanced session, Perfecting Your Pitch, will be held on Wednesday, Sept. 27 from 10 am-12 pm. Space is limited; registration required.
Learn how to make your best first impression. Hiring experts will show you what interviewers look for in a candidate. Learn the tips you need to nail your next job interview. Space is limited; registration required.