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Down to Business Workshop: How to Build Your Brand with our new Creator Kits

Even if your business or non-profit organization lives in a brick-and-mortar world, there’s a second version that exists online. What is that online version saying about you, and how is it helping you stay connected with your current and future customers, patrons, donors, and fans?

If you’re looking for ideas to build your online presence in ways that are authentic, fun, and easy, then join us for our next Down to Business Workshop on Thursday, June 9 at 4:00pm, when we roll up our sleeves and get into everything you ever wanted to know about Downtown Arlington’s new Creator Kits!

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Get Down to Business with Creator Kits

At our upcoming workshop, Garret Martin, Community Development Manager for Downtown Arlington, will lead you through a grown-up show-and-tell of Downtown’s brand-new Creator Kit program. The program makes all kinds of digital content-creating equipment available to local businesses and artists to rent for very reasonable rates. The program also provides resources and training to help content creators vitalize their media production dreams.

Creator Kits are designed to be fun and accessible for those who want to dive right in to production or just want to dip their toes in various kinds of content creation, including:

  • Short Films
  • Podcasts
  • Social Content
  • Live Streaming
  • Photography
  • Music Production
  • Event in a Box

Down to Business Workshop: New day, new time, still free!

The free Down to Business Workshop series is designed as a resource for Downtown Arlington Business Improvement District property owners, managers, and entrepreneurs, including retailers, service providers, restaurateurs, members of co-working communities, artists, and anyone involved in the UTA Center for Entrepreneurship and Economic Innovation.

Based on your feedback, we’ve moved our monthly Down to Business Workshop series from mornings to afternoons! As always, there’s no fee to attend, and free finger food and beverages will be provided.

Please help us make sure we have enough seats and food by registering in advance!

Down to Business Workshop presents:
Everything you ever wanted to know about Downtown Arlington’s new Creator Kits
a conversation and demo with Garret Martin, Community Development Manager, Downtown Arlington

Thursday, June 9 at 4:00 p.m.
George W. Hawkes Downtown Library Re-brary Room A
100 S Center St., Arlington, TX 76010

Sign up for the workshop now >

About the Down to Business Workshop series

Down to Business Workshop is a free, in-person learning series focused on connecting Downtown Arlington business owners and entrepreneurs with information and ideas to help take their business to the next level. Each “how-to” meet-up consists of informal guided conversations, hands-on demonstrations, and plenty of networking. The goals of the D2B Workshop series are to support the economic development activities of BID members and to serve as a vehicle for engagement.

Down to Business Podcast

Love getting down to business in Downtown Arlington? Check out our Down to Business podcast! Launched in November 2020, each episode of Down to Business features a one-on-one interview with an entrepreneur from our Business Improvement District. Maggie Campbell, President and CEO of Downtown Arlington, hosts the series. New episodes of Down to Business are aired at 2:00 p.m. every other Wednesday on Downtown Arlington Facebook Live. You can also find every episode in the D2B archive on our website, Facebook page and our YouTube channel.

About Downtown Arlington

Designated by the State of Texas as the Arlington Cultural District, Downtown Arlington is where creativity, authenticity, and hometown pride thrive and drive what's next. Within its less than a two-mile radius, Downtown is home to UT Arlington, a Tier One public research university, plus prolific visual and performing artists and arts institutions, live entertainment, exciting NCAA and professional athletics, one-of-a-kind dining and retail, and a supportive business climate.