Have you thought about different ways to bring in more revenue at your school? Most schools sell gear like gis and belts for the convenience of their students, but this is by no means the only thing a martial arts school can do for profit that their students will love.
The Martial Arts SuperShow is a three-day whirlwind of speakers, martial arts celebrities, crowded vendor booths and of course training sessions in various martial arts. Here are some of our highlights from this year's event.
Fortunately, there are many available methods for schools to appeal to adults that will help them fit martial arts into a modern working lifestyle. The keys to filling adult classes are to emphasize the real-world benefits of study and to offer adult-friendly class times.
Zen Planner will return to the Martial Arts SuperShow again this summer with another year of experience under our belt and a lot of exciting new things to share at booth #511. Below are some details for what to expect at our booth, as well as some resources for attending the show.
The largest event for martial arts business owners, the Martial Arts SuperShow, is right around the corner. With so many options crammed into three short days, how can you get the most out of this year’s SuperShow?
As a school grows, it becomes harder and harder for the owner to be present in each of the students’ lives. But if the vision, responsibility and practices are shared down and owned by the other instructors and employees, that community can continue to grow stronger.
Why does one seemingly identical martial arts school fail while the other thrives? The variables are innumerable – industry trends, state of the economy, star power in the sport etc. - yet it’s a question every emerging and established school owner must ask themselves.
Today we are going to focus solely on how to get your name in front of school-aged students in your community. You might already be doing some of the things we’re going to suggest, but hopefully, you’ll get a few new ideas and a renewed excitement about connecting with elementary and middle school students in your community.