Join The Challenge to Make Your Business More Profitable
Do you feel like your photography business isn't as profitable as it could be? If you're looking
for business advice, PPA's Business Challenge may be just the solution you need!
The Business Challenge helps members reach their business goals and overall become more profitable. It's a free, year-long program that is supported by mentors who are here to guide you, step-by-step, on how to take your business to the next level.
The Business Challenge is a fun, interactive way for PPA members to integrate as much business acumen as they can in one year's time. There is work involved, as this “challenge” is meant for photographers who are serious about taking their business to the next level. Participants will have tasks to complete and the opportunity to be active members of accountability groups and peer-to-peer mentoring.
Many photographers are self-made, so they never had the chance to get proper training and education on the business side of how to be a successful and profitable photographer. PPA has filled in that knowledge gap with the Business Challenge.
One of the participants, Alison Satterfield, had this to say about the program: “This challenge is so awesome! I'm so happy that there is actual math that can put a real-life value on a hard-to-measure workload! I can now make sense of my numbers and it's useful and fun!”
Want to join PPA's Business Challenge? Sign up today at PPA.com/Challenge to enroll in the next group, which begins August 1st, and spend the next 12 months working on your personalized success path. It's FREE! Sign up today! This is the help you needed to Be More Business Savvy!
About the author:
Chris Homer is PPA's SEO & Web Specialist, which basically makes Google Analytics his best friend. A graduate of the University of Georgia, Chris cheers passionately (and obnoxiously) for the Bulldogs in all things from football to checkers. When he's not hard at work on PPA's websites, you'll find Chris at auto racing events around the southeast, where he's known as a master architect of tent villages.