Making Your Budget & Negotiating Your Price

“The most important thing in communication is to hear what isn’t being said”.

~Peter drucker

Making Your Budget & Negotiating Your Price

with Jean Marie Keevins

Making a budget to figure out what to charge doesn’t have to be wildly complicate. Once you have your price, you’ll need to negotiate. It is possible for everyone to get what they want. So, let’s review some tips and tricks to get you and your clients/customers/audiences exactly what you need.

This workshop is appropriate for those inside and outside of the worlds of art and puppetry. All are welcome.

EVENT DETAILS

Thursday, May 13th, 8pm et/5pm pt

Approximately 45 min.

$17 USD
register below*
All sessions will take place via Zoom.

About Your Instructor

Jean Marie Keevins is a NYC-based, multi-hyphenate creative and business expert. Known in the arts as an Emmy-nominated supervisor, award-winning producer, writer, puppet artist and designer, she is most proud of her role as an all around cheerleader and coach for those who work outside of the box and are on a mission.  

At Little Shadow, Jean Marie is chief creative visionary, business planner and team coach. Based on the knowledge gained working for companies such as Apple, Sesame Workshop, Disney and the like, coupled with her time moonlighting in hedge funds, Jean Marie understands what it’s like to serve the needs of a large engine. As a serial entrepreneur and someone who frequently serves and consults small businesses, Jean Marie also understands how to build and maintain the business itself. Her hybrid approach to her business and creativity is her secret sauce.

For Jean Marie’s extended bio, please click here.

Not quite what you’re looking for? As we continue to book additional workshops, I’d love to know what you’re curious about. What would you like to learn? The sky’s the limit! Drop me a line!

“If you want to conquer the anxiety of life, live in the moment, live in the breath.”


~Amit Ray, Om Chanting and Meditation

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