Second Act: Entrepreneurship After 50
With age comes experience. Entrepreneurship can be activated in any phase of life. What if you could apply all of your decades of learnings and wisdom into following your passion or buying/starting a business and working for yourself with all of the creativity and flexibility that allows?
Join us for this concrete exploration of the next possible iteration of your career!
- How to identify your passions and interests
- Uncover your talents + gifts to share with the world
- Define the steps + actions to begin your next career
Available only in English
About the Presenter
Tara Gardiner is a Creative Brand Strategist + Writer based out of Los Angeles, CA, servicing clients worldwide. As Founder of Gardiner Connections, her boutique firm specializes in branding, sales and marketing strategies across many industries including fashion, clean energy, technology, pet industry, wellness and more. Tara provides structure, support and accountability for her clients. She utilizes creative approaches and unique strategies to help create desired outcomes and scale businesses.
Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities will be made if requested at least two weeks in advance.
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