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Workshop: Marketing, Taxes, Business Entities, and Liability for the Piano Teacher

$99.00

Rated 4.80 out of 5 based on 5 customer ratings
(5 customer reviews)

This workshop, presented by a business attorney and Wendy Stevens, will provide you with all kinds of information you need to make good decisions about your business and marketing in the 21st Century.

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Marketing, Taxes, Business Entities, and Liability for the Piano Teacher

This workshop, presented by a business attorney and Wendy Stevens, will provide you with all kinds of information you need to make good decisions about your business and marketing in the 21st Century. In this 2 hours workshop (1.5 hours of presentation and one-half hour of questions and answers), you’ll learn:

  • New marketing strategies to get new students (including a step-by-step) guide to setting up Facebook ads)
  • How to tweak old marketing strategies so that they work better
  • What kind of liability issues a piano teacher and piano studio face
  • How to protect yourself from liability.
  • What kind of business structures might help you keep more of your money (i.e. pay fewer taxes)
  • Free images for advertising on Facebook (they are really picky and these will pass inspection for immediate use!)

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About the Presenter:

wendy stevens piano teacher and composer committed to creating music kids love

Wendy Stevens
Composer, Piano Teacher, Owner of www.ComposeCreate.com

Wendy Stevens, NCTM is a composer, piano teacher, clinician, and blogger. She writes a regular business column “Making Money, Making Space” for Clavier Companion and has presented about “Stress-free Business Practices” at the National Conference on Keyboard Pedagogy, SMU Institute for Piano Teachers, National Federated Music Clubs Conference, and more.
Wendy holds a Master of Music degree in composition and theory and enjoys writing and presenting on business issues, teaching composition, creativity, and piano teaching topics. She is a nationally certified teacher of music and a member of ASCAP. This ComposeCreate blog for piano teachers is her creation. Her pedagogical compositions are published by Hal Leonard, Willis, and www.ComposeCreate.com.

5 reviews for Workshop: Marketing, Taxes, Business Entities, and Liability for the Piano Teacher

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Packed with useful information. Good for all levels of experience and years of teaching and size of studio business. Examples in each section were helpful. Q&A added the extra tips.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Wendy’s business advise is always smart and current, and this Marketing Webinar is no exception. Lots of great ideas in a concise format…just like she’s telling us to do with our marketing! The legal portion of the webinar with Richard is a good overview of the different types of businesses, possible tax advantages, and gives you the background to know what questions to ask a financial/business professional. Definitely a worthwhile investment.

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    I highly recommend Wendy Steven’s, Marketing, Taxes, Business Entities and Liability for the Piano Teacher seminar. Lots of relevant and helpful tips that can be applied right away for any small business owner.

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    Common-sense and wise advice for marketing and understanding the tax implications of running a piano studio – this webinar was packed with useful, pertinent information for independent teachers. Highly recommended for pedagogy students as well!

  5. Rated 4 out of 5

    The section on marketing was incredibly helpful! The section on taxes, business entities,and liabilities had some useful information for me, but the time seemed to be dominated by things other than sole proprietor. As a sole proprietor, it would have been a better use of my time to have this divided into two separate workshops so I could choose the portion that best suited my needs.

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