Press Resources for Karima Creative

Hi there- I’m so glad you’re here. I figured at this point you want to know a little bit about who I am, what I do, + how I make it happen.

Over the last year and a half I managed to chase my dreams recklessly until I was able to quit my full-time job and build a brand and business that I am IN LOVE WITH. It wasn’t always that easy though…

When I graduated college, I had my dream career (making 30k writing for a few national magazines with literally no benefits…) but it’s what I thought I wanted.

Just a few months after starting, I got fired from that job. Cue: panic. I felt like such a loser, I had graduated college top of my class (with a degree in Public Relations and minor in Marketing) and I couldn’t keep my first job? Who would ever hire me again?

Turns out, I got a job with a sexy title: a Director of Marketing for over ten healthcare companies. That’s where I really honed in on my web and graphic design skills. And that’s also when I realized I wasn’t meant to be a worker-bee for men in the corporate world for the rest of my life.

So, what’d I do? I hired a business coach. I quit. Now I am living my own dream.


I am passionate about story-telling, and love to talk about everything from my own journey on getting fired to making a comeback in entrepreneurship, to mental health, all things self-care, and of course- branding and web design.

Sample topics include:

  • From Fired and in 10k of Debt to CEO- How I Made the Comeback

  • What Your Website Needs to CONVERT- Because What’s a Pretty Website if it Isn’t Making you Money?

  • How I Avoid the Entrepreneurial Burnout by Prioritizing Self-Care- Because Wellness IS a Business Decision

  • How to Avoid Comparison on Social Media (For Our Own Mental Health)

  • How to Turn Clients into Raving Fans With A Good Experience


Official Bio:

Karima Neghmouche (Karima Creative) is an entrepreneur, brand + web designer and self-care advocate making her dreams happen from Raleigh, North Carolina.

Karima quit her job just three months after starting her business and has managed to successfully scale even while trying to balance doing #AllTheThings. As someone who’s struggled with anxiety and depression for most of her child-hood and adult life, Karima is a big advocate on self-care, avoiding burnout, and nurturing personal relationships so it’s not all work, no play.

She works with bad ass and high-achieving entrepreneurs everywhere to help them show up and play bigger- because everyone deserves a business they’re proud of.

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