The Creative Workshop Summit
Join us June 27th for our full day mastermind retreat.
What happens when a fashion industry pro and a creative business owner meet? The Creative Entrepreneurs Summit.
In this retreat you will:
- Learn from a curated panel of brand and textile industry experts
- Create a powerful vision around your next quarter in business
- Custom small business presentations around Launching your first line/product and Scaling your existing product line
- Make meaningful connections with other creatives
- Connect with experts and get your questions answered
Co-created by Hilary L Hahn of The Creators Path and Lang Tran of the Impact Co-op.
*Claim your spot by May 1st, for the early bird price.
**Retreat size is limited to 20 participants.
Katy Riley, E-commerce & Digital at of Love & Lemons
Arin Delaney, Copywriting/Creative Content
Jennifer Dowd, Vice President, Public Relations and Brand Communications at Kelly Wearstler
Ellen Wong, Advertising at Red Interactive Agency:
Erika Martha Escobar at Rachel Pally, Production
Lang Tran recently COO @ Rachel Pally
Small business owner talks:
Announced Friday, Feb. 28th
When: June 27th, 10 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Where: A light and airy retreat space on Main Street in DTLA
Includes: A vegetarian catered lunch
Location address will be mailed with registration information.
Meet your hosts:
Hilary Hahn is a visual artist and textile designer. She is the founder of the Creator's Path, an online resource for creatives. Hilary is a studio artist with a flourishing textile line. In 2014, she founded the Creative Sundays workshop series to help people reconnect to their creativity, foster connections, and all while making items that are both beautiful and functional with their hands. Her workshops and artwork go hand in hand. After several years of successful sold out workshops and numerous brand collaborations, she is now developing summits and courses online.
Lang Tran is a fashion industry professional with over 15 years of apparel manufacturing & merchandising experience. She was first introduced to the industry at a very young age by her late mother, who was a lead sample-maker at several production houses for brands like BCBG, Guess, Body Glove, Contempo Casuals, and Bisou Bisou. Lang launched her career in fashion after college, getting her first management role for a retail corporation learning the ins-and-outs of running a successful business operation. She's helped hire, train, and lead multi-faceted teams in the women's contemporary, jewelry & accessories, lingerie, and men's denim and basics departments. Her strong sense in merchandising eventually led her into the private sector about 13 years ago, working hand-in-hand with designers in managing their manufacturing & business operations. She's spent the last 3.5 years as COO at Rachel Pally. Her passion for helping mentor small to mid-sized artisan businesses scale their operations has led her to venture out on her own as a business strategist/retail operations consultant. She is currently spearheading the launch of a couple of LA-based brands, as well as launching her feel-good project called The Impact Co-Op in the springtime.