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Publisher Description

Do you like the idea of starting your own creative agency, but don’t know where to start? Does the idea of having staff and offices put you off? Are you worried that you lack the necessary business-savvy? And do you fear that it will consume your every waking hour? Then this is the book for you. 

When John Ashton started an agency from his kitchen table in 2012, he had no clients, no cash and, worst of all, no clue. Yet within a few years he had hit half a million pounds turnover and had a huge roster of clients. Better still it was a lifestyle business that really worked for him – he only worked a 25-hour week and was better off and happier than in his previous solo career.

The key to his success was building a fully flexible agency model that utilised remote-working freelancers. He calls it the KitchenTable Method.

Whether you’re a designer, a marketer, a developer, a copywriter, a video maker, or one of the numerous other professions that fall within the commercial creative industries, if you follow , you can easily build a thriving agency from your own kitchen table – or, if you prefer, your back bedroom, garden shed, or co-working space. 

Funny and irreverent, The KitchenTable Method is a down and dirty guerrilla guide by someone who’s been there and done it.  

The book has four sections or ‘Legs’:

Leg 1 Culture explains how building your agency around positive values is fundamental to its success. 
Leg 2 Clients tells you how to position your agency and how to win and retain quality clients.  
Leg 3 Collaborators shows you how to nurture and manage your freelance employees 
Leg 4 Cash sets out the fundamentals of financial good health.



The KitchenTable Method is your blueprint for building a successful agency without the biggest headaches that afflict conventional agencies.

So order a copy now and grab yourself more time, more money and more fun!

GENRE
Business & Personal Finance
RELEASED
2019
August 27
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
136
Pages
PUBLISHER
Freedom of Information Ltd T/A Write Arm
SIZE
9.9
MB

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