As a studio owner, you already know that generating revenue is one of the keys to growing and stabilizing your business, but the true key: your studio’s profitability. The reality is that every great mission needs money in order to do the meaningful work that fulfills its purpose! And it’s important to understand the difference between revenue, which is the gross income your business generates, and profit, which is the income your business has earned after covering its expenses.
No matter how much revenue your studio generates, it’s the profit that makes it possible to continue doing what you do year after year. It’s the profit that will allow you to achieve long-term business health so that you can continue to create jobs, serve your community, and earn a living.
In my experience, there’s more than meets the eye when it comes to increasing profitability. It’s not just about knowing your numbers; it’s about making the right choices with the numbers you know! It is my belief that every studio owner can and should feel empowered to take charge of their business’s financial future. And optimizing its profitability is instrumental in that power.
Keep reading for my 5 Ideas for Increasing Your Studio’s Profitability:
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