Where Can Else Can you Find Angie?

Angie Avard Turner is a frequent featured writer, presenter, and speaker at various events throughout the US.  Below are a some of the articles and events where she has been asked to contribute.  If you are interested in having Angie Avard Turner speak at your event, write for your publication, or present a webinar for your organization, please fill out the form below.

Writing

Angie has been a featured writer for GIFT SHOP Magazine since 2014.  Below are just a few of the articles she has written for them over the years.

To Post or Not to Post

Family Matters

 

As part of the C-Team since 2015, Angie has been contributing her take on legal situations affecting creative entrepreneurs on a regular basis. Here are just a few of the pieces she has written over the last 2 years.

The Name Game: Should You Name Your Business After Yourself?

#MYHASHTAG: 5 Tips on Using Hashtags Legally as it Relates to your Brand 

Photography and Copyright Issues

In this article,  Angie Avard Turner is interviewed by fellow C-Team member, Dr. Laura Mixon Camacho of the Mixonian Institute, about how to pitch the media.

Make Your Business Pitch More Compelling

Dubsado

 

 

Dubsado is a company that helps creatives manage their client relationships.  Angie has teamed with this innovated group to help provide insight into some of the legal ins and outs of running a creative business.

Legal Game Plans

Presenting: Podcasts and Webinars

Learn Savvy

Dubsado

 

Speaking

April 27, 2016-April 29, 2016, Charleston, South Carolina

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