Vancouver Photo Workshops is proud to bring you this unique 1 day Seminar with Photography Business Consultant Corwin Hiebert.
Marketing a photography business is tough, especially in a saturated market. If you're serios about making money as a photographer you have to dig deep into your entrepreneurial soul, discover new opportunities and prospects, leveraging only marketing tools and tactics that fit your brand and budget.
A clear and compelling marketing approach will make ‘living the dream’ a lot more fun and rewarding. Whether you’re looking for an injection of new ideas or you need to formulate an actionable marketing plan, this workshop and consulting package will help you cut through the noise, and the crap, and put a strategy in place. This 1-day intensive, and the bonus consulting sessions, will guide you through the action steps necessary to get the clarity and momentum you need to successfully promote your photography business.
The consulting session and workshop will be conducted by Corwin Hiebert, photography business consultant, founder of Taendem Agency Inc., and creator of the Business Action Planner Toolkit for Photographers. Corwin works with talent such as world-renowned photographer, publisher, and best-selling author David duChemin, and he is the author of Living the Dream: Putting Your Creativity to Work [and Getting Paid] (Peachpit Press, 2013).
One (1) private consulting session (Skype) is included with registration. This 1-hour, post-workshop session with Corwin Hiebert will take place upon mutual availability prior to May 1, 2017.
The retail price of this workshop, including the private consulting session, is CAD $390. The early-bird rate is only CAD $325 - save 16% if you purchase your seat before 11:59 PM (PST) on February 28, 2017.
Tickets are available exclusively through Vancouver Photo Workshops.
This seminar will be held at the following location:
733 Beatty St
Vancouver, BC V6B 2M4
PARKING AND SKYTRAIN
Parking is available underground (below the YWCA Hotel). There is another parkade located close by at the Vancouver Public Library. The closest skytrain station is Stadium / Chinatown.
Participants can brown-bag lunch, or grab food at a local eatery. Several coffee shops are within short walking distance of the seminar location in downtown Vancouver.