Many thanks to those who’ve already booked my Superclass at The Societies Convention in January 2018, I look forward to meeting you all then. If you’re interested in taking your business photography to the next level but aren’t sure this Superclass is for you, please get in touch for a no obligation chat – as pre-booking is essential. I look forward to seeing some familiar faces again in January (and some new), please come and say hello if you see me around the hotel during the week; it’s great to put faces to names.
The Business of Business Portraiture
Presented by Angela Adams
For many businesses their website is their shop window, i.e. a client’s first port of call. Even when a business has a physical presence in the high street, most clients research online before making contact. If we add to this, the fact that people really do ‘buy people’, and the fact we’re a society affected and enticed by aesthetic – why wouldn’t we make business portraiture and photography an important part of our marketing strategy? Is this how you sell business portraiture to your clients?
Take this a step further and add the process of educating clients about the effect of:What they wear
How colours can subliminally affect purchasing choices
How they pose
Their choice of headshot – three-quarter or full length picture
And the location they’re photographed in…
Not only are you educating the client, but you’re adding value to the service you provide.
With a success rate of turning over 98% of enquiries into bookings and a minimum spend of £250 per client for headshots alone, Angela has honed her business portraiture strategy to fill the quieter times in her diary and has grown a successful business portraiture business in addition to her social photography business.
In this Superclass you will be coached in the marketing process Angela employs from initial enquiry to photography session and beyond. You will participate in the photography process and discover how Angela captures quality business portraits with minimal kit by practicing on models and colleagues. You will learn how to capture business portraits which stand out in a saturated market and how to exceed your client’s remit to keep them returning year after year.
Now go and take a look at my real client testimonials , then sign up for a Superclass that will not only add to your business income but could actually change the way you think about shooting business portraits.
**This Superclass must be pre booked to ensure your place** Maximum 15 places
Interested? Click here: The Business of Business Portraiture
Plus… I’m delivering another Masterclass this year!
Presented by Angela Adams
Do you manage your business safely? Sadly, many businesses leave the implementation of Health and Safety and risk assessments until its too late i.e when a serious accident has already happened.
What would it mean to you and your business if either an employee or a client had an accident on your premises, or during your fieldtrip or workshop? Think about both moral and legal implications to those who are injured, their personal costs, pain and suffering, plus the effect on colleagues, friends and family. If it’s shown the accident was due to a failure to manage safely, the regulator may take action. Why put yourself at risk?
This Masterclass will walk you through the process of assessing risk for you and your business. You will learn: what risk is, what a risk assessment is and how risk assessments are can be carried out. You will take part in the five-step process of identifying hazards, estimating risk, evaluating risk, how to record and review your findings. Understand the difference between criminal law and civil action and learn how to implement the Do, Check, Act, Plan process in your business.
Why would you not want to equip yourself with the tools to start managing safely in your workplace? This is not an IOSH qualified course, that takes a lot more time, involvement and assessment. This Masterclass will lay the foundations to assist you with not only managing safely, but working safely – you’ll leave with a different perspective on the world we live in – and with skills which are transferable and essential to us all.