Ingenuity Cleveland Brings in Local Entrepreneurs to Inspire Others
Ingenuity Cleveland has announced their spring lineup of local entrepreneurs for the second season of Ignite! @ IngenuityLabs.
Ignite! is an entrepreneurship education series providing business knowledge and “down n’ dirty” skills in an affordable, social environment.
Programming is targeted to the needs of creative and arts-based entrepreneurs within the Ingenuity and Hamilton Collaborative network, as well as Cleveland’s wider creative landscape. Peer-to-peer learning and partnerships with established resources in the entrepreneurship ecosystem are the primary focus areas. Ignite! maximizes the value of social learning and peer mentorship, and provides networking opportunities in an engaged yet informal setting.
The new season begins on March 13th. The schedule of topics is as follows:
March 13, 2019 (6pm)
Legal and Tax Considerations for Your Small Business
Sean Ganley, Thompson Hine, LLP
Danielle Hayden, Kickstart Accounting
March 27, 2019 (6pm)
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) for Business
Liza Studebaker, Liza Sue Productions
April 10, 2019 (6pm)
Building and Growing Your Food Business
Zach Rheinberger & Eric Diamond, Cleveland Culinary Launch & Kitchen
James Sanders, Heartwood Roastery
Ronald Nelson, The Food Buggy
April 24, 2019 (6pm)
Finance For Small Business
Jasmine Dixon, ECDI (Economic Community Development Institute)
Ignite sessions include light food and drink. A $10 donation is suggested with nobody turned away.
Updates will be posted to Ingenuity’s website and Facebook page.
About Ingenuity Cleveland:
Ingenuity Cleveland highlights the creativity and innovation that make Cleveland a vibrant place to live. We ignite the spark where the arts, science, and technology intersect. By animating Cleveland’s urban spaces with world-class experiences, Ingenuity provides a unique platform for exploring the boundaries across these sectors. We do this through our outreach programs, partnerships and events including our annual IngenuityFest.
Ingenuity is now entering its 14th year and is funded by the George Gund Foundation, Cuyahoga Arts and Culture, and the Ohio Arts Council as well as many other businesses, non-profits, and private individuals. The three-day IngenuityFest 2019: Dreamscapes, which will create a combined economic impact of $4.5 million to Cleveland’s economy, will return September 27-29.