Real world advice for agency owners.
27:8 Unpacking Accessibility Paid Members Public
Every journey is different. This week we jump into the time machine with Colleen Gratzer as she tells us her story. Her agency has evolved since 2003 and over the last few years she’s been deep diving into accessibility.
27:7 How to work out your hourly rate Paid Members Public
Pricing your projects or working out your hourly rate need not be complicated. In this episode I walk you through how to calculate both a reasonable and logical hourly rate and use that to price your projects and set achievable financial targets.
27:6 How to launch a niche event Paid Members Public
In October 2018 we finally decided to go for our dream of launching an event in the agency space. In this episode I share how planned and launched our event along with the lessons we learned along the way.
27:5 How to exit your agency Paid Members Public
How do you grow an agency, and create an exit plan that allows you to retire? Many agencies grow to a point where the founder becomes the bottleneck, the blocker to growth and the reason the they cannot move on from what they created.
27:4 How to beat feast and famine Paid Members Public
It’s the age old agency problem. You work hard to win the project, and then you are all hands on deck for delivery. In the meantime the sales pipeline gets neglected and before long there is too much month at the end of the money.
27:3 How to pivot your agency Paid Members Public
Today we talk with Oliver who shares how his web agency began to develop solutions to help keep their client websites maintained and secure. As their service developed they realised it was time to pivot away from design/web builds and WebArx Security was born.
27:2 How to get more exposure Paid Members Public
Agency owners often dream of the perfect PR that generates 100s of leads and yet reality never quite meets expectations. How do you generate great PR for your agency that attracts the right sort of leads?
27:1 Speaker Profile: The business of you Paid Members Public
Chris Ducker is a serial entrepreneur who has worked his way up as an entrepreneur working 14 hour days 6 days a week to become a virtual CEO. Chris has also written a book on becoming the go- to leader in your industry and build a future proof business.