On October 25th from 3 – 6pm, a small business workshop called “Build Your Biz Like a Boss” will be held at the new Enjoy: space on Granby Street in downtown Norfolk, in the former location of Field Guide.
The new ENJOY: space, designed by Campfire & Co. – Photo courtesy of Grow
The space, which was created and sponsored by GROW, is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization designed to raise funds for local, culturally focused charities through their unique experiences.
Burn Both Ends all day conference in Richmond VA – Photo by Sarah Der
The workshop will be led by Burn Both Ends, a community for small businesses with a mission to make business growth fun, interactive and tangible. This workshop will focus on business planning and building a brand for small businesses and solopreneurs, particularly those in creative fields.
John McCormick of Hangar Law at a Workshop in Norfolk last fall – Photo by Andi & Zoe
The founders of Burn Both Ends chose to offer this new workshop in Norfolk due to the recent boom of creative entrepreneurs in the Hampton Roads region that groups like Selden Market, Alchemy, Crafted, 757 Makerspace and more have helped foster. They will also have small business attorney, John McCormick of Hanger Law, at the workshop who will be taking questions from participants on everything from setting up a business entity to contracts and statements of work.
Workshop attendees complete hands-on activities at a workshop in Richmond in 2017 – Photo by Betty Clicker
Tickets to the three-hour event are $79 and include:
- interactive instruction
- hands-on activities
- a custom workbook
- a free ‘feeling stoked’ coffee mug
- Q&A with a small business attorney
- light refreshments and snacks
Community building with Emily Gentry of the Coral Caravan and Nicole Young, owner of
Airbnb boat – The Lois Elaine – Photo by Andi & Zoe
To purchase tickets or to find out more about Burn Both Ends, visit www.burnbothends.co