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Design*Sponge Coming to NYC, Minneapolis, Seattle and SF!

by Grace Bonney

Hi everyone! Starting this week, I’ll be hitting the road to travel to NYC, Minneapolis, Seattle and San Francisco for our live podcast panels all about how to turn fear into creative fuel.

Whether you’re a business owner, thinking of opening a business some day, or just someone who wants to be inspired and feel connected to an incredible group of makers and artists sharing their stories (and struggles) openly, I hope you’ll come join us on tour.

Each city’s event will include 4 talented local entrepreneurs who will be sharing their advice for getting through tough times and we’ll be talking about local resources for every area that everyone in attendance can take advantage of. There will be a q&a portion that will be LIVE on air, so if you have a question and want to hear it on the Good Company podcast, come join us! (No pressure to ask anything, of course!)

Tickets for all four events are below (NYC is tomorrow!). Hope to see you there! (All event tickets come with a copy of the new issue of Good Company, too!) xo, Grace

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