In today’s challenging times only the creative and innovative will find it easier to adapt, survive and thrive. However, this demand for creativity does not come without its share of problems. Typically ‘creative types’ regard the world of business, marketing and profit with suspicion. On the otherhand, traditional business people often have misconceptions about what creativity really means and how it can be applied in a very affordable, practical and profitable sense. In the meantime, the clock ticks on and opportunities are clasped by those who know and do better.

This is why Creativity and Sense Consulting is launching a series of training events to help professionals and business people navigate the times. The ‘Creative Business Sense’ series of events are perfect for people in the early years of starting up a business as well as more established entrepreneurs who are ready to distinguish their businesses, engage better with their audience and achieve growth goals. Created specifically for people in the creative and service delivery industries who are fed up of spending a fortune on marketing with little or nothing to show for it, these ‘Creative Business Sense’ series of events will marry the much-needed creative mindset with the essential business skills for our digital age.

These events are also created with affordability and flexibility in mind. ‘Creative Business Sense – Live’ will be available in select locations in the UK, whilst ‘Creative Business Sense – Online’ will be accessible to a global audience – thanks to internet technology and the growing popularity of online business training.

According to Ogo Ogbata, Founder and Director at Creativity and Sense Consulting, “Creativity and Business Sense must go hand in hand in order for today’s professionals and entrepreneurs to maximise their potential. It is this belief that inspires all the work we do and, in particular, this brand new series of events.” 

For more information about these exciting events as they are rolled out locally and globally (e.g. dates, times, venues and course content), please signup for updates right away. You can also leave a comment below to indicate the training topics that would be of interest to you and of practical benefit to your business. 


The Editor

Ogo Ogbata is a writer, teacher, innovator and strategist.


Alex Taylor · June 18, 2013 at 11:20 am

Thank you for this information. I look forward to taking part in the training courses 🙂

Shariq M. · June 18, 2013 at 2:01 pm

Will the training series help one with ideas for starting a business?

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