There is a difference between a successful studio and an unsuccessful one. Join Yoga Business Academy’s expert guest, global speaker, and acclaimed Marketing Expert Alan Forrest Smith from www.orangebeetle.com and www.alanforrestsmith.com , as he reveals The 5 laws of studio marketing in 90 minute exclusive tele-coaching. Ignore them at your own risk. Learn them, use them and watch your studio profits explode.
After 25 years in marketing and 17 years running and working with businesses from studios, salons, spiritual businesses, small and large businesses, Alan will share THE formula for a successful studio. The formula you must know are the undeniable ‘Five Laws of Studio Marketing’.
Get any of these wrong and it means loss of studio profits. Get them all right and you’ll roar into studio success.
Please listen in closely while Alan shares with you all of those secrets and more. Sign up below and then you’ll be taken direct on the next page and we will instantly send you login instructions to attend the call.
1. Law of Studio Perception
How client perception can take your studio attendance from no to no empty space.
2. Law of Success Mindset
How to instantly develop mindset of a successful studio owner, and how the new shift in mind can help you manifest your studio reality.
3. Law of Team Power
Discover how to create a great team around you (even if you don’t have a budget) and how a team power can quadruple your studio profits.
4. Law of Studio Leadership
Quickly adopt traits of a successful studio leaders that will help you attract new students day in and day out.
5. Law of Studio Marketing
Discover cost effective marketing you can do right now in your studio to more than double your students base, build a database of yoga fanatics and slash marketing budgets in half.
Q: When is the 5 laws of studio marketing take place?
A: Wednesday 19th September, 7PM GMT
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