Free teleconference on art licensing

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Creating Continuous Cash Flow with Your Art
An Introduction to Art Licensing

A Free Teleconference
Wednesday, October 15th, 2008
This dynamic “live” teleconference is a must for all artists, illustrators, cartoonists, graphic designers and visual creators who want to build income from their creations and achieve local, national and worldwide recognition. It will include information on:

  • how licensing really works
  • presenting your art
  • time lines
  • artist requirements
  • royalties
  • advances
  • agents
  • manufacturers
  • retailers
  • contracts
  • negotiations
  • and more


It will give you the “real deal” on the licensing industry from one of the proven industry-leaders—business powerhouse Jeanette Smith, United Media Vice President who created the DILBERT™ phenomenon with more than $200 million in annual retail sales, 100+ licenses, publishing, television, sponsorships and 785 products in more than 40 countries. Since then J’net has coached, consulted and represented artists worldwide and is frequently tapped to speak at events, such as an introductory course for the National Graphic Artists Guild and an intermediate course, Art Licensing & Brand Building, at the recent 2008 Licensing University in New York City.

With industry specifics, mistake-preventing instructions and stories from the trenches, J’net will take the mystery out of this veiled industry and show you how thousands of artists create multiple income streams from one piece of art.

The Licensing Industry creates more than $180 Billion dollars in annual retail sales. This is your chance to learn how to become part of it.

Register now for this FREE, live teleconference   

Date:  Wednesday, October 15th, 2008
Time: 2:00 EST;  1:00 CST;  12:00 MST;  11:00 PST
1-1/2 hours includes time for Q&A

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2 comments to Free teleconference on art licensing

  • Arg – I can’t believe I missed this. Bloglines has stop updating your feed for some reason – just realized I hadn’t read your blog in a while. Your feed looks fine – not sure why bloglines isn’t updating it.

  • I missed this too due to Bloglines messing up. I would have liked to listen in !