You put a lot on the line when you start your own business, and getting the proper insurance can help counteract some of the inherent risk. Learn what you need to protect yourself and your business.
Next Lesson: Budgeting
If you want to start your own business, you’ll need to know the basics of budgeting. We teach you the ropes and get you started on the right track.
Next Lesson: Taxes
Taxes for business owners can be pretty complex. We walk you through the basics every business owner should know.
Next Lesson: Billing
If you want to get paid, you’ll need a system for billing and collecting from clients. We teach you the best practices to insure you get paid for the work you do.
Next Lesson: Keeping Records
Keeping track of all your expenses and business activities is extremely important if you want to take full advantage come tax time.
Next Lesson: Getting Clients
Getting clients to sign on the dotted line is essential for the survival of your business. Find out how successful business owners do it, so you can too.
Next Lesson: Keeping Clients
It’s far easier to keep a client than to put forth the amount time and effort to get a new one. Learn how to keep clients coming back for more.
Next Lesson: Hiring Employees
Whether you’re a one man show, a two man crew, or a full fledged production house, you’re inevitably going to need some outside help. Discover your options for hiring employees.
Next Lesson: Advice
Starting your own business is a high risk, high reward scenario that can seem like a daunting task. Those who have been in the trenches have valuable insight into what it takes to be successful.
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- Chris Ace Gates Mon, 06/16/2014 - 2:26pm
Adobe released a report titled “The New Creatives Report” detailing what creative professionals find themselves doing, their work habits, and where they believe things are headed. It’s an interesting read and much of what it states is reflective of the trends currently taking place in the video community.