James Szuch

Helping creative professionals turn their talent and passion into successful businesses.

James Szuch

Helping creative professionals turn their talent and passion into successful businesses.

Nisolo CEO on Measuring Their Impact

One of the things that impress me about creative makers is their desire to have a positive impact on the world. They don’t just want a successful business, they want a successful business makes a difference. In classes, workshops, or when working with individuals, I often bring up Nisolo as an

Mill Creek Brewing

In this week’s small business feature at Live Love Laugh Nashville, I got to pay a visit to Mill Creek Brewing Co. and learn more about their beers, their history, and their positioning in the crowded craft beer market.  

The Seven Percent Solution

In the creative economy, the label “Made In America” is frequently an important element of the brand. The artists and artisans with whom I work, and who are making their art and their products in their studios or workshops, are definitely making in America. Most of the fashion brands with which I am involved proudly

Educating creatives on business is more than just sticking them in a business classroom. While all businesses share certain needs, creative businesses face their own unique challenges and creative’s are looking for answers to their problems.

Whether in an academic classroom, a workshop, or online, I work to bring those challenges to life and to provide real solutions to the problems that you face running a business driven by your creative efforts.

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I’ve helped dozens of artists, makers, and other creative professionals build businesses that derive from their creative passions.

I focus on helping you determine your unique value, how to identify your ideal customer, and how to tell your story in a way that resonates with those customers.

If you’re ready to turn your creative passion into a business, contact me and we can discuss your needs.
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As an artist you don’t work in a vacuum. You’re part of a community of other creatives who provide support an collaboration and help each other to be successful.

I work closely with a number of organizations that support creatives and their business endeavors. These collaborative efforts help us to provide the resources that strengthen the individuals who are the backbone of our creative economy.  

Learn more about some of the organizations I work with.

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If you are ready to turn your creativity energies into a successful business, leave your contact information and I’ll get in touch shortly.