Amy Shandick presents :
The Chemistry of Tattooing :
Topic : Manage Your Shit with Grandma’s Law
Subtopics: –creating and managing client files/client organization/training
–Time Management/Client Communication/life scheduling
–apps and tools to download/purchase to assist
Do you kinda totally suck at the business/administrative side of tattooing?
Do you try to keep up with it all but, its insanely overwhelming and you have no clue how to keep it maintained?
Was all of that stuff NOT included in your tattoo apprenticeship??
Would you like to potentially become more efficient with client communication, media promotion, and business/time management so that you can turn your spontaneous ‘job’ into a dependable ‘career’?
Cost : $50 (cash/credit)
Date/Time : Friday September 15th 1p-2p (3p)
Location : Milwaukee Tattoo Arts Convention
Meet by the stage
my cell: 973-876-7651
What to bring: something to write with/on
a charged cell phone
What the seminar will cover :
We will go over options of how to create and maintain client files. How to keep better communication with clientle even far after their tattoos have been completed thus ensuring a full chair at all times. How to better prevent client cancellations by maintaining reminders being sent. How to utilize past clients on social media to help new clients find your shop. Also, how to create time management to not allow all of this to be so overwhelming.
–Communication and Guidance/Business Management
Multiple tools, client files, and apps can be used to help further the control you can have over all the necessary moving parts of a growing business. We will go over these.
–Time Management/Client Communication/Organization
If you take the time to organize all the ‘time suck’ tasks necessary for any growing artist, you will find all of the tasks will soon turn into habits rather than chores. They will all become just part of what you do for your business to carry on growth in a very professional manner.
–Time Management/Client Training
To assist with responding to messages and comments, time management is key. Keeping saved copies for basic responses to common messages helps tremedously by siphening all communication to one outlet. Guiding clients to where and when you are most likely to give them a full response to thier questions will help you feel more in control of the load of emails/messages/dms/comments/texts/phonecalls.