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Lisa Canning
Arts Entrepreneur- I live at the intersection of creativity and business

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Expertise: Creative, Marketing, Business Strategy
Years Experience: 20+ Years
Location: Illinois
Company: Institute for Arts Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneur The Arts, Lisa's Clarinet Shop
Title: Arts Entrepreneur- I live at the intersection of creativity and business
Number of employees: 10
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Website: LisaCanning.com
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About Me

Lisa Canning is a serial arts entrepreneur. With a love for the arts, entrepreneurship, creativity and innovation, Lisa has developed, and helped others develop, ventures at the intersection of artistry and business for almost 30 years. Her passion is helping create organizations that maximize their value potential while realizing their highest purpose through using their creativity and artistry.

Lisa Canning is a pioneering female artistic entrepreneur who launched her first entrepreneurial venture, at 17, from her dorm room at Northwestern University. In 1986, less than 16,000 students in business schools across the United States were studying entrepreneurship. Back then in the world of the arts, no one even knew what the word meant– except for Lisa.

As a serial artistic entrepreneur for over thirty years, Lisa Canning has created not one, but six multi-million dollar ventures that each experienced double digit growth using her imagination and creativity. Lisa’s newest start-up, The Institute For Arts Entrepreneurship™, will launch its online program internationally in the fall of 2013. To learn more go to www.theIAE.com

Specialties: •Arts & Entrepreneurship Consultant
•Arts & Entrepreneurship Speaker
•Arts Business Advisor
•Creative Business Coach
•Art Consultant
•Entrepreneurship
•Institute for Arts Entrepreneurship | Based in Chicago Illinois with an International Presence.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5V31Dzc2Z8Y&feature=share&list=UUKUlpmqOhovLuNLcRCvRSyQ

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