Contracts For Magicians
Todd Neufeld Discusses Contracts, Documents, Deposits, Refunds and Other Things ‘Legal’
In This Episode We Discuss:
- Business organisation
- Having the correct documentation
- What is a contract?
- Why contacts help customer anxiety.
- How to deal with disagreements you may have with a client
- How to stop it getting ugly with a client
- Deposits – the benefits and disadvantages of taking them
- How much should ask for a deposit?
- Can you ask for full payment before the booking starts?
Links and resources discussed in this episode:
Todd’s personal site: www.toddneufeld.com
Todd’s performing site: www.twistedballoon.com
Todd’s business management software: www.managersal.com
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This is an interesting discussion about putting a non-refundable deposit on your contract. Though on a photography website, just cross out the word photographer photographer and insert magician to make it relevant.
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