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The counterintuitive – and highly effective – pitching approach to winning six or seven-figure projects.
What is a “commercial” production company? And how do directors work in that world?
Stop being so polite. Every project has a budget. Don’t ever send a proposal without first knowing it.
Part Two: the remaining three revolutions your studio needs in the New Year.
Part One: In the New Year, your creative studio doesn’t need resolutions. You need revolutions.
Sales is a system: Joel Pilger and Tim Thompson discuss the role of the Executive Producer
Put these habits into practice to improve your firm’s performance.
If your creative firm is stuck in Startup Mode, you are probably frustrated by your firm’s inability to make further progress
Before you say YES or NO to a new project, how do you decide if it’s a good fit?
Understanding the patterns common to all studios as they evolve and grow, measured in annual revenue and team size.