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The first of a series exploring the Seasons of the Creative Firm, starting with guest Ryan Bramwell at motion design agency Spillt
Understanding the patterns common to all studios as they evolve and grow, measured in annual revenue and team size.
It’s a difficult question for owners to answer: How does your firm compare to others in the industry?
An article about Joel Pilger and RevThink was recently published in Motionographer.
Think ahead and make sure your creative firm has the slow seasons covered.
Running a small studio (below $500K US in annual revenue) is exhausting. Here are the two key habits proven to consistently move small motion design and production studios forward.
It’s just not fair. Some creative firms – already known for being the best in their field – just keep getting better
If your creative firm makes money by selling services, you can only go so far. The best firms thrive by creating value instead
Part Two: the remaining three revolutions your studio needs in the New Year.
If your creative firm is stuck in Startup Mode, you are probably frustrated by your firm’s inability to make further progress