When you’re a creative entrepreneur, the learning never stops, and there are plenty of ways to do it. You can sit in a traditional classroom, take an online course, watch countless YouTube videos and Instagram reels…the list goes on. Or, you can hone a range of skills through our BlogHer video library. We had one-on-one interviews with some of the top creative experts; from award-winning actresses to social media experts to notable brand owners, and more. Between all of them, you will inevitably discover the advice that you will immediately want to put into practice.
Start by re-enacting those workshops, panels, and fireside chats with black creative brains.
During BlogHer Biz, journalist and journalist Brittany Cooper hosted a conversation with actor, writer, and comedian Phoebe Robinson about uplifting marginalized voices with her book imprint, as well as expanding her comedy empire.
In a BlogHer Biz panel moderated by Braintrust founder Kendra Bracken-Ferguson, a panel of black business experts – Leyonna Barba, Managing Director of JP Morgan Commercial Banking, Dametria Kinsley, Vice President of Global Marketing at Cantu, Lisa Price, Founder of Carol’s Daughter, and Ron Robinson, CEO of Beautystat – discussed the benefits of diverse experiences within brands and companies.
During BlogHer Parenting, multi-hyphenate Tia Mowry talked about her latest cookbook and the quick fixes she uses to make parenting easier as a working mom.
The Creators Summit was a feast for the ears with many inspiring conversations, including this one with Nicole Beharie. The award-winning actress opened up about how the pandemic has impacted her creative side and how she stays inspired and motivated in an ever-changing industry.
Our first-ever digital issue cover star stopped by Creators Summit to talk about her hit Showtime series, her handy tips for bringing creative ideas to life, and more.
During BlogHer Biz, the Founder and CEO of Partake Foods reflected on her humble beginnings and shared what it’s really like to have financial backing from high-profile venture capitalists.
For International Women’s Day, VOTY 100 winner Candace Junee brought her renowned branding skills to our virtual stage, where she taught viewers how to optimize their marketing efforts, reach their target audiences, and more. again.
Our Winning Women series was a meeting of creative minds – specifically writer and DJ Ty Alexander, HerAgenda founder Rhonesha Byng and The Idea Girl founder Brittany Antoinette – who discussed the strategies that led to their successes and lessons we can learn from their travels.
Struggling to own and share your unique voice or idea? This Winning Women convo between actresses Michelle Buteau and Sarah Cooper will leave you more inspired than ever.
If you want to monetize that blog you started as a hobby, this BlogHer Biz workshop led by branding expert and influencer Jenell Stewart is a great primer to get started.
There is a unique set of challenges that black mothers face within the healthcare system. During BlogHer Health, actress Tatyana Ali spoke about her own journey as a new mom, as well as ways we can all help inspire change in birth equity.
The word “pivot” has become ubiquitous along with “creator”. During BlogHer Biz, experts Kendra Bracken-Ferguson and Chidinma Asonye had a conversation about the importance of being flexible and knowing when to make a change, whether you’re a new creator or a seasoned entrepreneur.
One of the most important skills a creative entrepreneur can learn is how to set their rates and negotiate paid opportunities. This BlogHer Biz panel — featuring branding expert Brittany Hennessy, multi-hyphenated Karama Horne, and lifestyle expert AV Perkins — includes tips for running a lucrative business, improving your expertise, and fight against the impostor syndrome.
“There’s always someone out there who wants to learn what you want to teach.” During BlogHer’s back-to-school season, Xaviera Bryant, founder of Ice Cream Convos, taught attendees how to fine-tune a class structure and market it so people actually attend.
For those who dream of fame and success on YouTube, tune in to this BlogHer Back to School session. XayLi Barclay, visual content creation coach and creator of Start Shoot Grow, dives into her latest and greatest equipment recommendations, studio setup tips and visual storytelling best practices to increase production value .
Watch BlogHer U speakers Kachet Jackson-Henderson and Candace Junée share their business talent and strategies on how to create monetizable value from your professional brand. Learn how to establish your brand, grow your revenue, and diversify your content across platforms while maintaining your voice.
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