Today’s blog outlines the simple steps to take to host an event that will not only bring in new students, but also save a few that would otherwise leave to the myriad of other sports and recreational offerings on display for kids during the back to school season.
Enhancing your martial arts business marketing plan by hosting regular events can be key to your martial arts school’s success, especially when it comes to selling upgrade packages, recruiting new students and retaining those you have.
It was another great day at the Martial Arts SuperShow. The Zen Planner team and I have enjoyed visiting with new friends and some of our amazing customers. I also took the time to sit in on a couple business seminars, so I’ll share a few new member retention tips with you. Even though they may seem intuitive, reminding yourself of their importance can strengthen the foundation of your studio or school through member retention.
I’m blogging today from the Martial Arts SuperShow 2014 in sunny Las Vegas. The team and Zen Planner and I are meeting and learning from some of the industry’s best and brightest. Today was the first full morning of the show and event participants were invited to attend an engaging MAIA Business Success Seminar. During this session, MAIA’s consultants took us through the key revenue sources for any Martial Arts school.
What does it take to run, operate and grow a martial arts studio? We know that many folks heading to the MA SuperShow this coming weekend will have these types of questions top of mind as depart for Las Vegas. As I reflect on this question and after speaking to some of Zen Planner’s martial arts’ customers, a few things come to mind.