Tuesday, April 16, 2019 from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM MST
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2111 E Highland Ave
Phoenix, AZ 85016

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A Do-it-Yourself Guide to Starting a Business for Creatives  

 ...Or, how to turn that enjoyable creative hobby into an income generating business...!



Those things you love to make can become a significant income stream if you do it right!

Often, makers find the most enjoyment from the physical aspect of designing art, delicious food, clothing, décor and home services.  As creatives, the details of getting organized and starting your business as inexpensively as possible can feel overwhelming. 

This workshop provides detailed step by step guidance on everything you need to turn your hobby into a legitimate business, including money saving tactics, registering and selecting a name for your business, and establishing easy to manage systems and processes so your business can be fun and rewarding.

If you are a potential or brand new creative business owner, this workshop is for you! All you need is a passion for creating or fixing and a desire to have your own business.

Fee: $25.00

Free parking


Rachel Elise Trimble is a licensed contractor, author and DIY instructor that offers classes via online tutorials, demo’s, hands-on classes and e-courses. Her company, Restyle Junkie, specializes in painting kitchen and bathroom cabinets throughout the Valley as well as highlighting and exploring all things DIY.

Rachel started Restyle Junkie in 2014 while recovering from ankle reconstruction and is continually delighted by the varied opportunities that present themselves to her as a creative entrepreneur. From upcycling tired kitchens into magazine worthy spaces, teaching on the DIY seminar stage at home shows, painting cabinets on live TV or even speaking on a panel for Facebook’s Small Community Boost, Rachel thrives playing an active role in the business community.

Jeannie Gambill has over two decades of experience directing financial accounting and business management in a variety of industries. Her work has resulted in significant savings and increased profitability for her clients. She is skilled at ensuring strict adherence to governing polices, regulations, and standards (including GAAP compliance) and has an unwavering commitment to help her clients achieve strong financial performance while upholding the highest ethical standards of the accounting profession.

Jeannie holds a Masters degree in Accounting. She has experience in multiple industries including non-profits, transportation, financial services, service industries, real estate, restaurants and healthcare. She also has experience in charter school accounting after holding the position as Business Manager for 2 different charter schools in Arizona. Jeannie and her family spent 2 years in Alaska where she worked with non-profits as well as commercial fisherman. After returning home to Arizona, she still works remotely with multiple Alaskan organizations.