Melissa Harris joins the Indie Show (Again!)

In this episode of the Indie Show series, we chatted with Melissa Harris (Again!) Melissa owns embroidery digitizing studio. From Melissa: "I own www.designsbylittlebee.com, an embroidery digitising studio (think - digital versions of the old cross-stitch style...

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Looking forward: a pick-me up playlist

The Indie Law team decided to put together a playlist for the creatives hustling alongside us. Here's a mix of new and old tunes to keep you moving. (Note: some songs contain explicit...

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Ian Anderson Gray joins the Indie Show

In this episode of the Indie Show series, we chatted with Ian Anderson Gray Ian is a Confident Live Marketing Coach and founder of Seriously Social. He’s an international speaker, trainer, teacher, web developer and consultant. He has a passion for helping people with...

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Cindy Scott joins the Indie Show

In this episode of the Indie Show series, we chatted with Cindy Scott Cindy is a live event painter and owner of TooRooster Artistry, event & wedding painter. From Cindy: "I find I'm drawing on almost every experience and every memory as I get to know my current line...

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Cathy Derus joins the Indie Show

In this episode of the Indie Show series, we chatted with CPA of Brightwater Accounting + Financial Planning Cathy Derus Cathy is a CPA and financial planner who helps online business owners eliminate stress and worry over taxes and business finances. She helps...

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Don’t try to trademark popular phrases like “#MeToo”

It happens all the time. You own a business. You notice that a certain phrase has become really popular. You try to use trademarks to monopolize that phrase. Just don't. As a trademark law firm that works with creatives, this is something we're seeing a lot....

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Dannie Fountain and Adam J. Kurtz join the Indie Show

In this episode of the Indie Show series, we chatted with Dannie Fountain and Adam J. Kurtz A bit of background here. Dannie is a marketing and business strategist for creative entrepreneurs. Earning her business acumen working in marketing for brands such as...

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What is the Creative Commons?

The Creative Commons was founded in 2001 with the premise of creating a tool for creators to share their works with the public without renouncing copyright or necessitating personal licenses. With a Creative Commons license, creators allow the public to use,...

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Does “LLC” need to be included in your company’s logo?

Forming an LLC is a simple yet crucial step in developing and protecting your business. This process is meant to provide structure, protect against lawsuits, decrease paperwork, and add credibility. And, as Indie Law has written about before, that LLC status goes...

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