Webinar Today with Lena Hyde: Business Policies for Success

We have all heard the stories of business disasters; you know, the ones that make you cringe with dread. Most times, the big problems that sink a creative business aren’t even considered in advance, which is why Learn Elite has asked best-selling author, photographer and serial entrepreneur Lena Hyde to help you to prevent the unthinkable with solid policies to set you up for ease in running a highly professional and polished business that your clients will respect and refer.

With 15+ years running an exclusive photography studio, Lena can show you how almost all client miscommunications can easily be avoided with the simple preliminary measure of instituting bullet-proof policies. With a little foresight, and implementing the style of Lena’s policies, you can ensure success.

Why even take a chance when it comes to protecting your business (and your sanity)? Sign up for ‘Business Policies for Success’ and start minimizing wasted time, maximizing sales, and reaffirming your passion for your art. Webinar is today (September 17) @ 7:00 pm MDT - 8:00 pm MDT

 




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