Claire the Curator
Does this sound like your business?
Claire curates and selects products created by others and sells them to her audience. She might sell physical products directly (like a brick and mortar retailer), act as an affiliate and sell products indirectly, or a combination of the two.
If so, read on for hand-picked recommendations on legal topics that matter to businesses like Claire’s!
01. Grab these freebies
You don’t need to do every legal task now–but if you do these 5 you’ll be well on your way to legally protecting your business.
Did you know that a contract makes you the kindest business owner around? Learn how to write one and what to include.
Is your creative business ready to make the transition to LLC? Learn what they are and when to switch.
02. Top posts for you
How can you use product reviews?
Learn exactly what you need to do to legally use product reviews from your website on your social media accounts.
Before you collaborate…
Were you approached about a collaboration? Make sure you can answer these questions before you dive in.
Host a legit giveaway
Discover how to host a giveaway that grows your audience (and is on the legal up and up).
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As a community member, you’ll benefit by:
Taking Deliberate Action
Together, we’ll help you strengthen your business’ legal foundation and decide which legal projects will make the biggest impact in your creative business today.
Accessing Legal Resources
Get access to our exclusive legal library of resources, tailored for creative businesses, so you can confidently complete each important legal project.
Getting Practical Guidance
You’ll have access to your friendly and knowledgeable legal eagle (that’s me!) through our private mastermind calls, open Q&A sessions, live workshops, and weekly check-ins.
Receiving Real Accountability
We’ll connect you with an intimate welcoming community of fellow creative business owners who will help you make steady progress towards your goals.