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Purpose Straight Outta College: How to Become an Entrepreneur after Graduation

Sometimes we embark on the journey to purpose much sooner than we could have imagined. Erin Robinson found herself on such a journey straight out of college.

Erin Robinson is the CEO and Lead Designer at The Design Construct Creative Studio where she works with women entrepreneurs who are seeking an up-leveled visual brand identity that matches their expertise and boosts their confidence. 

Erin believes that every woman should be confident in showing up on and offline for their business. This newfound confidence through a solid brand strategy and brand identity has helped her clients increase their sales consistently. 

Erin has a Bachelor’s of Arts degree in Media and Journalism with a concentration in Editing and Graphic Design and is currently in graduate school receiving her Master’s Degree in Integrated Marketing Communications. 

Erin enjoys any and everything Drake, tequila, and tacos. Her goal is to help 10 women elevate their visual identity this year through her signature framework, The Brandbox. Erin is a woman on a mission to purpose.

Launching into Entrepreneurship

In this episode we covered…
  • How Erin got started in branding and web design
  • What gave Erin the courage to launch into entrepreneurship after graduating college during the pandemic
  • How her parents responded when she told them she was going to start her own business
  • The role branding plays in web design
  • Lessons Erin has learned during her journey so far

Want More?

If you enjoyed this episode, then you may also enjoy the episode of the show about the fear of success and how it hinders purpose or this episode detailing what to expect when operating in your purpose.

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