Agoura Hills, CA (PRWEB) April 19, 2007
Internationally-renowned editor, director, and trainer Larry Jordan is introducing an innovative, one-hour "Building Your Business" Webinar on May 1, 2007. The webinar will deliver audio and visual content over the Internet directly to participants' computers. Jordan will present the new material to video and film editors seeking ways to improve their client management, marketing and sales skills. The webinar is designed to provide techniques that will immediately improve a business' revenue and profit. Please visit http://www.larryjordan.biz/webinar for more information about these seminars.
"We are delighted to be the first industry-specific seminar to help video and film editors grow their business. This seminar grew out of survey we did early in 2007 that studied what editors felt were their business challenges for the year -- and growing their business was their biggest challenge," Jordan explained. "Our goal is to help editors think about their business in new ways and offer ideas they can use to help it grow."
In the one-hour webinar, Jordan will present the topics most relevant to editors based on the survey results. The curriculum will concentrate on learning the strengths of each business, discovering the biggest business challenges, managing client and business expectations, marketing and selling. The cost of the seminar is $49.
For more information about "Building Your Business," including dates, times and registration, visit http://www.larryjordan.biz/webinar.
About Larry Jordan & Associates, Inc.
Based in Southern California, Larry Jordan & Associates, Inc. provides consulting, training and support for editors and post-production firms using Apple's Final Cut Studio suite of products. The company was founded by Larry Jordan, a producer, director, editor, consultant, and an Apple Certified Trainer, with over 25 years video production and post-production experience. He is a member of both the Directors Guild of America and the Producers Guild of America. In addition to authoring over a dozen tutorials and books on Final Cut, Jordan is also the founder and editor of Edit Well, the rich-media newsletter for Final Cut Studio, published by Peachpit Press. Jordan combines his extensive production experience with his teaching skills to bring a wide-ranging, real-world perspective to his seminars.