TEM135: Developing an idea into a product you can build a business around - A Conversation with Deanna Swoboda
Deanna Swoboda is the creator of Brass Rap, a school assembly program so successful she got rid of her place to live for two full years because she was on the road so much! She is also the Assistant Professor of Tuba and Euphonium at Arizona State University where she also teaches music business and product development classes.
What You'll Learn:
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Produced by Andrew Hitz
This TEM Short features thoughts about my conversation with Nate Zeisler of The Colburn School in Episode 42.
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