Alum Bridges Gap Between Art and Business
Inclusiva’s coaching process accommodates each individual’s learning style and personality type, putting the most applicable tools, formats and concepts taught in business schools and entrepreneurship programs into an accessible and helpful format. Inclusiva helps clients put these strategies into practice, and guides them in producing crucial resources like a business plan and market strategy plan.
Inclusiva has worked with a pair of clients – artist Stacie Willoughby, who also designed the artwork featured on the Inclusiva website, and catering company Green Heart Foods, whose owner says she now has a deeper understanding of how she and her business can work most effectively.
"Although I studied law and business at USF I’ve always been passionate about the arts and drawn to creative people," says Gelfand. "The more I learned about entrepreneurship, the more I noticed language barriers between the realms of art and business". Gelfand's mission is to help creative professionals transcend these barriers and transform their craft into a viable and meaningful enterprise.
"I believe that Inclusiva will make a difference not only in the lives of my clients, their families and employees, but also more broadly, by helping to bring a wide variety of new products, services and jobs into the economy."
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