Most of us don't like negotiating money or even asking to be paid. So in this session Erica Wolfe-Murray shows how different creative companies make money, how to identify your own value, and how to pitch and structure a deal. By the end of the session, you'll be well on the way to turning your creative skills into money and securing your creative future.

The session will be followed at 2pm by a workshop with Erica where she can help guide you in more detail on your own creative business future.

This event is open to Westminster School of Media, Arts and Design (WSMAD) students and alumni only.

Before the session at 10am am there will be a special workshop for WSMAD alumni only.

About the speaker

Erica Wolfe-Murray founded innovation studio Lola Media five years ago to help creative, cultural and tech companies use their creativity to grow their businesses. Previously she worked in advertising, set-up design studios and an independent TV production company. Having worked both as a Creative Director and Financial Director, Erica understands creative business from both a creative and financial perspective.

The Creative Enterprise Centre is a new initiative to support WSMAD students and alumni in undertaking paid live creative projects for external clients and to support students and alumni in establishing their own creative businesses either as freelancers or as start-ups.

How to attend

To attend, please register on Eventbrite.

The Creative Enterprise Centre

The Creative Enterprise Centre is a new initiative to support (WSMAD) students and alumni in undertaking paid live creative projects for external clients and to support students and alumni in establishing their own creative businesses either as freelancers or as start-ups.