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Agent Kimberly Montgomery of Montage Licensing has started a blog…

…and I for one am excited to read it!  I also find it pretty funny that she talks about working in her pajamas – hopefully people are kinder to you Kim – I took A LOT OF FLACK about that when I started blogging… but you know what?  I’m in my PJs right now writing about your blog about working yours too… it’s reality people!  As long as we aren’t at trade shows and on Skype in our PJs, really, who cares?

Here is what Kim says she will be talking about:


Just what this industry needs, another Art Licensing Blog

But wait!  Before you throw down your paintbrush (ok, who’re we kidding, hardly anyone paints anymore, but that’s a subject for another post), give me a second.  I’m not sure exactly what I’ll end up talking about, but it’s probably not going to be how to get licensing deals, read a contract or break into the business. There are plenty of great Blogs talking about those things.  What I will be talking about is what running an Art Licensing Agency is really like.  Day to day.  And what life is like doing it.  I have opinions about the industry and the economy–you’ll hear them.  I’ll talk about the numerous portfolio submissions I get every week. And what I think about them.  You’ll learn how working with a manufacturer goes in real life.  You’ll find out I spend WAY too much time in my pajamas. And the little known secret that I’ve closed many, many deals while still in bed.  (Hey! Easy on the judgement, the East Coast is HOURS ahead). (…)


Here’s the link to her blog if you want to start following what looks like could be a very up-close and personal look at the life of an art licensing agent >> http://artlicensingagent.blogspot.com/

I’m excited to read about her adventures – blog on Kim!

Here’s to your creative success!

– Tara Reed

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