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Selling to Out-of-Town Clients
Jeff Dachowski M.Photog.Cr., CPP
So you've cornered your local market. Think it's time to branch out and try to bring in some clients from the surrounding area? Instructor Jeff Dachowski will teach you how to do just that. Jeff will walk you through his sales process to bring in clients from near, far—everywhere!
Jeff will show you how to:
- Set the stage for a successful sales session at the first phone call
- Set and manage client expectations
- Use technology to your advantage
- Keep control of the sales session
- Deliver portraits
After this webinar, you'll be a master of the art of the sale!
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In high school, Jeff quickly fell in love with photography. After pursuing every class related to photography, he attended the Hallmark Institute of Photography. He has been photographing weddings all over New England, the Caribbean and the inter-mountain west since 1992. And in 2003, Jeff and his wife, Carolle, opened their studio in Manchester and have seen meteoric growth since opening. They have a loyal following of children and family clients, a buzz in the wedding industry, and a growing number of commercial portrait clients.
Jeff is a busy man, and his work has been featured in Seacoast Bride, a New Hampshire Bride, Woman Engineer, Woman’s World and Rolling Stone. He has nine images in the PPA Loan Collection, nine Kodak Gallery awards, two Fuji Masterpiece awards, 13 Court of Honors, and an ASP Regional Medallion. Jeff is also active in PPA’s Studio Management Services and contributes monthly to Professional Photographer magazine (his prosperous studio was featured in the July 2008 issue, too). In addition, he is a PPA Approved Juror, a Certification Judge for the Professional Photographic Certification Committee and a Vatican Approved Photographer. Jeff is a Certified Professional Photographer and has attained his Master of Photography and Photographic Craftsman degrees from PPA. He is a past president for the New Hampshire Professional Photographers Association (NHPPA).