Whenever there is and exchange of goods, or services for money, service, or goods, that creates a business transaction. Even at the lowest level of selling homemade whips or paddles from you house or the larger established store you’re a business.
The vast majority companies are small businesses, often started by “Mom & Pop” or individuals. During the last US census in 2010 there were 27.9 million small businesses of those registered and there are many who operate undeclared “under the radar” many of which fail in the first 1-5 years.
The Kink community and those who sell goods and services have grown exponentially over the last 10-15 years, moving more from a sub culture to more mainstreams. This has created both great opportunities and pitfalls for those within the community.
The class will provide some tools and techniques for those doing business within the kink community.
Included are topics on:
• The Legal Game: Protecting your ASSets – liability protection and more
• The Money Game: It’s not what you make it’s what you keep – Key financial thoughts
• The Marketing Game: Do’s & Don’ts in the digital age
• The Capital Game: Getting money for your business
Manatyrservice has been in scene on and off, both personally and professionally for over 30 years. He’s worked with Pro-Domme, kink product developers and distributors, and adult content Internet providers.
As a general business managers Ken has over 30 years experience in business management and implementation of best practices, operations, and management planning.in almost every department in every industry. Ken has a unique perspective in that he has created 3 companies from start-up to great financial success and that these companies provided business management consulting and publishing to Fortune 500 executives.