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Creating Residual Income with Art Licensing

Presented by Cheryl Phelps.

Originally aired in 2008.

Create once and get paid many times in the world of art licensing.

The multi-billion dollar art licensing industry can provide multiple revenue streams for anyone who knows the ropes of branding, exhibiting and contracts. Art licensor Cheryl Phelps has been licensing intellectual property for 20 years, and her insights into product licensing will help you earn your full artistic potential. If it’s time for you to push the throttle of your career, this is the place to do it.

Program Highlights:

  • Developing Business Lines
  •  Approaching Licensees
  •  Questions to Ask Licensee
  • Royalties and Advances

  • Contracts & Copyright
  • Marketing & Creating Buzz
  • Cross Marketing
  • Licensing Agents

Non-Member Price: $9.95


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