Creative Women International

Creative Women International

was created to help women like you build a successful business or career in the creative industries.

With over 24 years of working across the creative industries internationally, my portfolio career has allowed me to pour all of this knowledge and experience into the CWI. I’m here to help you create the life and career that you wish for. You can read more about my own journey on the about page.
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Recent Posts

Creating a community to help your career

Creating a community

If you are building your career or business you will need to find support to make it a success. This article & podcast with guest Vicky Shilling from The Reset offers top tips & ways that goal setting can help you to succeed.

How to succeed in business

How to succeed in business can often feel like a huge mountain you have no idea how to climb. When you are starting out you have to manage all aspects of it, from the marketing, book keeping and social media updates. It barely gives you time to do the thing that you are passionate about- Read the full article…

Winning on Instagram

Winning on Instagram might feel like something you have to hire an entire PR team to achieve. There are loads of great tools and simple wins that you can start right away to win engagement on Instagram. Now you might be thinking that as a creative you don’t have a need to use Instagram for Read the full article…

A guide to branding

Liz Sanders branding

Branding can seem like the last thing you need as a solo freelancer when you are juggling everything else. Liz Dennery Sanders explains why it is so important to focus on your branding, how it can help your career and your bank balance! Which is why it is worth giving it some focus. I had Read the full article…

Take away the guilt.

Take away the guilt

Let’s take away the guilt from freelancing. I’m re-posting this image of my morning coffee on a mini break to Cornwall. You might be wondering what this has to do with guilt? When I started my career as a freelancer I was on call 24/7, I would jump if the phone rang and I was Read the full article…