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Welcome to Canva for Teams [Video]

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Welcome to Canva for Teams

So you’ve been added to a team? Let’s look at how you can use Canva in your everyday workflow.

Follow this first episode of our team member onboarding series to learn being an administrator entails and discover where to find easy-to-use Canva tools that empower you as a team administrator.

► How to navigate Canva
► Member settings overview
► Introduction to designing in Canva

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301: Ryan Berman on the Importance of Courageous Ideas 01/26 by Columbia Sports Management [Video]

Joe sits down with Ryan Berman, founder of Courageous, an agency that focuses on creative and courageous marketing. He shares how he got his start in advertising and what is was like to watch the industry change around him. He explains why he left New York for San Diego to become an entrepreneur and pursue his belief in courageous ideas. Berman explains why he fired himself from the first company he started and how that led to him writing his book, Return On Courage: A Business Playbook For Change. Berman shares his tips for bringing a more creative mindset to risk-averse companies and the overall importance of being courageous. He also discusses why he started his nonprofit called Sock Problems. The CUSP Show is a production by the faculty of Sports Management at Columbia University. You can get in touch with the program on Twitter @CU_SPS_Sports. The CUSP Show is hosted by Joe Favorito (@Joefav) and Tom Richardson (@ConvergenceTR). The show is produced by Matt Hornick ‘23 (@MNHornick), and Cindy Li ‘23 (@cindyliiiii), with Rashad Hyacenth ‘23 and Marco Vonderheide ‘23 managing social media efforts. Links: Website: LinkedIn: Sock Problems: