Next Level - Online Workshop
Marketing, Time Management, and Growth Systems for the Photography Entrepreneur
So you've completed Level Up, and your business foundation is solid.
Your pricing is strong, your sales systems are refined, and you're eager to start wowing clients and knocking out record months.
You're finally ready to start MARKETING. To your ideal clients.
The Next Level workshop is designed for photography entrepreneurs targeting annual studio revenue of $100k to $500k. It's a marketing playbook that walks you step by step through the process of introducing yourself to an upscale clientele, converting them to evangelists, and winning over your community.
Here's what's included:
- Over 7 hours of comprehensive video lessons
- More than 30 downloadable tools, templates, and scripts
- Our Rise & Thrive calendaring app, for Mac and PC
- Complimentary access to our Product Guide Template (a $199 value)
- A special 6-month discount with our favorite vendor, Queensberry
... are you ready to take it to the Next Level?
Megan DiPiero is a world-renowned business coach who has helped thousands of entrepreneurs achieve breadwinner status and six-figure incomes. She is the author of She Sells: The Empathy Advantage and the owner of Megan DiPiero Photography, Megan DiPiero Coaching, and FrameSuite. Through her sales workshops and coaching community, Megan inspires business owners to elevate their game and make money that matters.
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