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Latasha Peterson, Founder & Creative Biz Blogger

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11:00 AM | 31 July 2017
by Tijen Butler
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We spoke to creative entrepreneur Latasha Peterson about how people can grow their creative businesses and blogs and about her own personal inspirations.

Creative, Latasha Peterson, is a blogger and founder of Arts and Budget where she helps other creatives grow their business and income through online strategies.


You sound like a real creative at heart. What inspires you to work in the arts industry?

Definitely, my husband and I are both true creatives, through and through. Both musicians and I also do theatre, but we always felt a huge lack of resources for artists in the arts so I knew that I needed to create an outlet full of resources for industry creatives.

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