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Friday, May 4, 2012

101010 Project: Alease McClenningham


Name of Business: 

The School of Creative Business

Social sites:



Twitter: Alease Michelle



Years in business: 4

 Bio

As an expert, Alease lends knowledge to the press, editorials and serves as a subject-matter expert. She is a sought-after presenter in the areas of creative marketing, personal image, branding and fashion.

As a professor, Alease is committed to her student’s education, furthering their exposure and considers their success a direct reflection of herself.

As a mixed-media artist, Alease participated in several exhibitions. Wishing to market her artistic endeavors, she found little advice available. This, coupled with her passion for education – she tracked her online marketing & branding journey and founded The School of Creative Business.



Current Projects:

On a 12 Week Sabbatical


101 Free Resources to Grow Your Creative Business


Creative Entrepreneurs of the Month Interviews


Starting Points for Creative Entrepreneurs webinars


Collaborations: a good idea?

    Collaboration is the best idea for those wanting to reach a wider audience. I strongly believe that when you start out in any type of business is to seek out others who like your work and are familiar with you as a person. Friends and family is the best people to start the collaboration process they will spread the word about your business, which will then be shared with other liked minded people.

    2 comments:

    sonyamacdesigns said...

    YES AM ... Like minded people ROCK when they work as one

    Kelly Warren said...

    Great answer, Alease! I think taking the time to reach out and work with others is so beneficial and can often get you to look at things in ways you might not have otherwise.