Busy Busy Creative Business – Internationals in Berlin

Termin: 30. 11. 2021 | 17:00 - 20:00 Uhr

This edition of Busy Busy Creative Business is dedicated to questions of international creative freelancers, entrepreneurs, and professionals in Berlin. Join the event if you want to meet two international creative minds who successfully built up their freelancer careers in Berlin and network with likeminded creatives.

With Busy Busy Creative Business we invite you to discuss the busyness of creative business’: How did other entrepreneurs build their creative start-up? How do they manage their freelancer career? And how and where did they find orientation in Berlin as creative entrepreneur from abroad? With creative entrepreneurs, we will discuss how they earn money with their creative work and what it takes to be successful. This edition is dedicated to international creative professionals in Berlin who demonstrate entrepreneurial courage and are willing to share their experience and knowledge. If you are wondering, how to build a creative business, how to create a stable income as a creative professional in Berlin, come and join! This edition is organized in cooperation with Kulturprojekte Berlin. With two experienced creative and artistic professionals we want to take a dive into their journey to becoming creative entrepreneurs and how the service and support offered by Creative Service Center has helped them to successfully develop themselves and their venture.


Nicole Pope | Journalist and writer

Keren Shalev | Artist, Sculptor


Mirjam Hirsch & Philipp Schwenzer | Creative Service Center of WeTeK Berlin gGmbH.

Who can participate?

Students, freelancers, solo self-employed, entrepreneurs and project makers with start-up interest or experience from all areas of the cultural and creative industries.


Tuesday, 30/11/2021 | 17.00 – 18:30



How to participate?

Registration is possible until 28/11/2021 via this link

The event will be held in English language. Live translation will not be provided.



Photocredit header picture: Alexander Rentsch