The Lodge 1
(30 seats) - Workshop (fr)
May 24 2017
(7:45 pm-9 pm)
Pro Pass
$349 Regular price / $269 Student price.


Kim B. Deland et Olivia Commune will highlight the importance of planning a business model ahead of time in order to increase your chances of success and innovating when developing a cultural or creative organization. In a context of cutthroat competition where businesses must constantly reevaluate their products, it is necessary to consider how your organization operates and creates value. Such notions as mission, vision and values will also be discussed in order to let you create an organization in your image and that is linked to your specific artistic or creative project.  
This workshop is aimed towards both newly minted project managers who want to start off on a solid footing and experienced professionals in culture who want to take a moment to innovate.
In collaboration with the Pôle entrepreneuriat culturel et créatif et le Parcours C3.

Olivia Commune Coaching
Coach and consultant in entrepreneurship and leadership

Olivia Commune

Olivia Commune is a coach, trainer and consultant specialized in entrepreneurship and leadership. 
She believes that being a leader is to move and shake up the status quo to create a better future. Her mission is to accompany her clients in developing the necessary leadership skills to accomplish purposeful projects through collaboration and collective knowledge.
She brings clarity to her clients in order to spring them into action and reach their business goals faster
Photo credits: Maude Chauvin.

Kimb Studio Design
Entrepreneure and designer

Kim B. Deland

As a designer and entrepreneur, Kim B. Deland is passionate about innovative entrepreneurial projects. She graduate in interior design at Cégep and industrial design at the Université de Montréal. Kim also studied in Switzerland at HEAD in jewelry design program. She is also certified in the business model by Yves Pigneur. Kim is passionate about client projects, but also for his many entrepreneurial projects with business partners such as Lithologie.
She has also created new teaching materials for 2 classes at HEC in the Business Creation Certificate and give a class at Dawson in the new Cégep incubator. She is also very involved in the Montreal business community and is currently co-project manager of the Young Entrepreneurs Network program of the Young Chamber of Commerce of Montreal.
Photo Credits: Cécile Chardran