Unprepared for the business overheads of studio ownership or rental, advertising and launch promotion, the prospect can seem like the edge of a financial cliff.
Photography for Little People, a national franchise training photographers to shoot and sell by visiting baby and family clients in their own homes, helps remove the fear of failure. New skills are taught - including the fun art of casting baby feet and hands as framed art - and proven photo products are ready to offer.
''Our photographers have low overheads'', said founder of the ‘family’ Jan Massey. ''They can offer a better service with higher profit margins than traditional photo studios. They travel to the customer for the shoot and deliver the finished work by hand, it’s a very personal service based in their local community.''
Jan says the franchisees become part of a supportive nationwide family, each with their own area so not competing, sharing information and experiences on their own forum, at events and shows and by getting together. And they become part of their clients’ families too, as new younger siblings arrive, invited back to repeat the rewarding process of recording new little people beautifully.
Photography for Little People even has a programme to provide sales leads and get a new business earning from the first days, alongside the full equipment and training package.
To see more about the franchise offer, and read the testimonials of photographers nationwide see the website below
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