September 10, 2020
at 9:00am -
with Tami Karisch, CPP, Fonzie Munoz, M.Photog.Cr.
This class will cover Relationship Building with Clients and Vendors in the photography industry. We will discuss methods and techniques to build your photography business by building and creating relationship with clients. Building relationships with clients is the foundation to keeping current clients and gaining new clients. We will discuss techniques to build relationships with photography related vendors, schools, corporate clients, and non profit organizations that will in turn create referrals for your business. Class participants will walk away with methods to create and build relationships to where vendors, schools, corporate organizations and non profit organizations will want to refer their clients to your studio. We will discuss ways to help other vendors and clients prosper in their business by utilizing your photography skills as a photographer to help their businesses grow. Creating these business relationships with vendors, schools, non profit organizations and corporate clients are crucial to sustain a cutting edge in the photography industry. It all comes down to relationships in today's business world. This class will give you walk away techniques that are tried and true and successful. Tami and Fonzie have created a foundation of relationships they share from clients they have had for years and years.
Tami and Fonzie will have a hands on in studio children's portrait session to show how building a relationship leads to the perfect session. Building the relationship before it starts leads to a well prepared session and happy parents with great and amazing images.
Course Items: Note taking materials
List of vendors in your area
Contact list of Corporate and Non Profit Organizations
money for lunch
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