WORKSHOPS

**REGISTRATION OPEN**

Feb 8th 2020 |  Shalom House, Trinidad | 9 am – 3:30 pm
The Business of Wedding Photography Workshop will teach you the fundamentals of starting and running your wedding photography business, taught by Award Winning Wedding Photographers Juma & Ayinde of Relate Studios.
 
This will help you get your photography business on solid foundation and on the path to sustained growth. Whether you’re now thinking about starting or you’re young in the business. 
 

NOTE: This is not a workshop on how to take pictures or lighting or anything else technical, but it teaches on the very important things you don’t frequently hear about. We will focusing on our experiences as wedding photographers but the principles can apply to almost any new startup business.

 

This workshop is also not just about us talking, we want to answer your questions and have conversations that will benefit everyone in the class.

Some of the topics we’ll be getting into are:

  • Why are you in Business?
  • Pros Cons
  • What type of photographer are you?
  • Navigating the industry

PLUS MORE

  • About business plans
  • Funding
  • Business Registration
  • Banking

PLUS MORE

  • Business Structure
  • Customer Service Systems
  • Accounting and Finance Management

PLUS MORE

  • Building Your Brand
  • Website & SEO
  • Social Media

PLUS MORE

  • Is Industry Saturation an issue?
  • How to Book
  • Good customer service

PLUS MORE

  • Leadership
  • Establishing vision
  • External Team members
PLUS MORE
Hundreds of thousands of images, hundreds of weddings, two continents, several countries later.
We’ve been doing this successfully for over a decade, we can help you.

 

REGISTER NOW

Regular Cost: TTD $999 (USD $155)

***EXTENDED***

Register by January 17th and pay just

TTD $749 (USD $115)

Covers all workshop materials. Lunch provided. Maximum of 15 Participants. Participants will have access to recorded sessions.
9. Workshops | Relate Studios- Independent Strategic Communications & Marketing Company Based in Trinidad & Tobago