Currently, a possible expansion of her atelier is on the planning.
A fair bit of the decisions she makes for her company are based on intuition. Simone says she trusts her guts a lot and when she makes a decision this motivates her to really go all-in to make it work. Accordingly, she says: “being a creative entrepreneur, you are even more involved with where your heart lies, so making these decisions and making them work makes you extremely motivated.” Simone, however, also describes the downside of this, by being so emotionally invested in your business, a burn-out can become a problem at a certain point.
Dit interview is gemaakt door Ilse Romeijn en Cas de Bootder voor hun studie aan de Erasmus University Rotterdam Cultural entrepreneurship and growing organizations.
This research is being conducted by Cas and Ilse. We are inviting you to participate in this research project about cultural entrepreneurship. The purpose of this research project is understanding how artisan entrepreneurs discover and/or create opportunities for growth and development .