You have the passion, you have the skillset, and you may even have the business cards. But do you have the business? You will leave this intensively practical workshop with an action plan on how to immediately to build your sustainable applied improvisation business.

You will learn to identify your business goals, determine your sweet spot, define your target market, create your product, establish a pricing structure, market your services, develop your business (aka sales) and create an action plan.Key words Business, Development, Action Plan, Marketing, Sales, Sustainability About Andrew Tarvin I’ve been doing applied improv since 2008, first internally at Procter & Gamble, and now externally with my company, Humor That Works. I’ve worked with over 100 organizations using applied improv techniques.My primary business is teaching individuals and organizations how to be more effective using humor. I do this through speaking, facilitating, and writing. I also perform stand-up and improv comedy. And I eat a lot of chocolate. How can I contact Drew? Where Humor Goes to Work

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