GET YOUR PRICE! Designed for all levels of photographers, you will learn how to deal with the hard, tough pricing questions from clients that are keeping you from getting the work you want at the price you want.
“What do you charge?” The most important question you will hear when selling your creative services. This 3 hour workshop will help you develop a strategy to answer the question in a way that will build repeat business by meeting both your needs and your client’s needs by building better fees and contracts.
Learn how to use proposals and pricing scripts and role-play techniques to convince your clients that you’re the best (not the cheapest) person for the job. Find out how to tell a client what it would cost them to pay less! Learn how to teach your clients to ask, “What does it cost me?” instead of “What do you charge?’
Help your clients make the right choice -hiring you – by presenting them with proposals instead of prices. This workshop will give you an unbeatable edge over your competition (especially the low- bidder). It will help you become more comfortable and confident when quoting jobs and help you get more of the jobs you quote.
- I was quietly buzzing after a whole day workshop with Therese, she went in depth to all the key areas that most Creative professionals struggle with.
—Elin Eriksen, Portrait painter, Illustrator and graphic designer | Oslo, Norway
Presented by Therese Gietler, Freelance Photo & Video Producer, Creative Consultant and International Speaker:
Therese Gietler has been in the creative advertising business for over 20 years. She is co-owner of Andy Batt Studio, a successful commercial photography studio in Portland, Oregon. As a small business owner, she has many responsibilities. She’s the Chief Financial Officer, the Chief Marketing Officer, and the Social Media Director. She’s the first point of contact; she is responsible for all the estimating, negotiating, and invoicing. She’s accounts payable and accounts receivable.
“What makes me different from other creative consultants? I’m a consultant that owns a photography business, versus a consultant that owns a consulting business. I’ve been in the trenches with you for the past 20+ years. I’ve tried it all, I’ve had some successes and some failures. I’m an open book and my perspective is unique. And most importantly, I’m still learning!”
Doors open at 5:30, refreshments provided
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