Creative Counsel with Brittany Ratelle
A business podcast from Brittany Ratelle
This podcast helps creative entrepreneurs and influencers confidently grow and scale their modern brands -- navigating the business side of content creation, influencer marketing, social media, e-commerce, online courses, in-person events, and digital products. Host Brittany Ratelle, an attorney for creatives, gives you legal resources and behind-the-scene business tricks for your busy life -- minus the leather-bound books and billable rate. Get the information and inspiration you need to move your business forward by tuning in to weekly interviews, action items, and legal tips to help you confidently OWN your business. If you are a maker, artist, speaker, coach, content creator, e-commerce owner, influencer, educator, or creativepreneur -- don’t miss this amazing resource to help you get legally legit and moving forward one step at a time.
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