1 Million Cups, Artists & Entrepreneurs: Rico Worl
9 a.m. Wednesday, March 14auditorium
Brother and sister artists Rico and Crystal Worl co-own an innovative indigenous design business in Juneau, Alaska, called Trickster Company, which sells Native designs, artwork and jewelry. Rico Worl, via WebEx, discusses the Trickster brand, business model and the challenges they face as a small business.
1 Million Cups at the Anchorage Museum is a monthly session about arts and entrepreneurship based on the notion that entrepreneurs discover solutions as they network over coffee. This free national program is supported, in part, by the Kauffman Foundation and is designed to educate, engage and connect entrepreneurs with their communities. Free; use the museum's 7th Avenue entrance.