Creatives’ Roundtable Opens New Member Registration

The Creatives’ Roundtable, an online community of creative business owners who participate in monthly moderated group sessions designed to help advance their businesses, will be opening membership registration through June 5, 2018.  Platinum, Gold and Bronze memberships are available and each offers varying levels of participation.

Creatives’ Roundtable has limited open membership for graphic designers, web designers, web developers, illustrators, photographers, writers and other creative business owners who want to brainstorm and fine-tune their businesses in order to advance their goals.


According to member Amy Gorrek, Studio AG, “The Creatives’ Roundtable has been a great accountability/support group for me. Sometimes working “on” your business can feel daunting… but with each CR session, I always walk away re-energized and inspired to do the work. The camaraderie of the group is an invaluable resource.”

Membership includes participation in monthly live video business development sessions, access to professional development and training events and resources as well as connections with other professionals including a private Facebook Group to share resources. You can see video examples of moderated sessions on the site.

“To see the members’ creative businesses focus, fine-tune, and thrive as a result of their participation in Creatives’ Roundtable is very exciting,” according to Nancy Ruzow, owner of Ruzow Graphics and chief moderator of Creatives’ Roundtable. “My thirty-three years as a business designer has led me to this role that I love – being a motivator and cheerleader for the group.”

Membership terms run for either six or twelve months. Creative professionals in the United States and Canada are encouraged to fill out and submit their membership applications via the Creatives’ Roundtable website by June 5, 2018.

“The Creatives’ Roundtable is more than an accountability group — it is a resource that allows for open and honest discussions around business challenges and ideas for growth. Being a part of this group has changed the way I think about my business and has given me the tools and support to expand and thrive,” says member Wendy Wood, Wendy Wood Design.