I would like to bring highly motivated energized people together to talk about the success and failure of startups and small businesses. We can do this through seminars, facilitated discussion or whatever. Let's have fun, learn and grow from our collective experiences.
You've decided you want to make a movie: a short, feature or documentary. You most likely have a ball-park figure of how much money you'd like to have in your pockets to make this happen.
Wait a minute, first things first.
Are you really sure your script or documentary outline is credit worthy? You're going to be spending a whole lot of time and other people's money on this. Don't waste time and money on a sub par screenplay.
Have you made a business plan? Creating a business plan is almost as important as finding a terrific script. Make creating a viable and realistic business plan your first priority.
Many filmmakers create an outline business plan first, and then find a script that matches what they think they can raise.
We show you how to raise money with: 1. The Studio Model 2. Government Funding 3. Pre sales & Co-productions, 4. Product Placement 5. Music 6. Crowdfunding 7. Deferrals 8. Self financed: Shooting on plastic, and more!
We discuss the five things a website can do to make money:
1. Ecommerce - selling products
2. Lead Generation - Contact info for Sales Prospects
3. Content Publisher - Show advertising to visitors
4. Support - Help your customers solve problems
5. Branding - Drive awareness and engagement
Come learn, share and network with top Atlanta professionals.
New marketing tool that increases sales by focusing resources at a specific target market.
AIMS analysis (alternatively AIMS matrix) is an acronym for attributes, impact, market, and strategy. It is a structured planning method that evaluates those four elements of a project or business venture. An AIMS analysis can be carried out for a company, product, place, industry, or person. See the video and the website at http://www.aimsanalysis.com/