Client Relationship

KEH084: How to Make Your Own Contract

Kids Entertainer Podcast 084 with Michelle Uulf: How to Make Your Own Contract

How to Make Your Own Contract: Tips on Creating a Simple Binding Contract for Kids Entertainers Legal gibberish turns off many of us, and that may be why you’ve put off having your own contract in place. Drafting one also seems like a painstakingly meticulous business as you need to cover a lot of bases.…

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How Entertainers Can Help a Restaurant to Run Smoothly

Restaurant Gigs for Kids Entertainers part 3

Previously in the Restaurant Gigs for Kids Entertainers series, restaurant manager Andrew Cox shared what magicians and roaming performers need to know about the restaurant and hotel setting and what is expected of them. Here in part 3, Andrew is back to discuss in more specific details the value that entertainers add to the dining…

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KEH078: How to Be Likable and Win Clients with Relationship Marketing

Kids Entertainer Podcast with Eric Knaus_Relationship Marketing

How to Be Likable and Win Clients with Relationship Marketing: Tips for Kids Entertainers Eric Knaus, aka the Great Zucchini, is one of those people who have an intuitive marketing sense. Instead of spending dollars to promote his brand, he relies on something that’s low-cost but astoundingly effective: relationship marketing. Listen to our interview with…

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KEH075: Educational Significance and Magic Workshops: Kids Entertainer Tips for Increasing Your Bottom Line

KEH075 with Tommy Johns: Educational Significance and Magic Workshops: Kids Entertainer Tips for Increasing Your Bottom Line

Educational Significance and Magic Workshops: Kids Entertainer Tips for Increasing Your Bottom Line How is an educational show different from an educationally significant show? Professional kids entertainer and educator Tommy Johns discusses their difference in this podcast and also gives clever, useful tips on creating, offering, and selling magic workshops. There’s a wealth of information…

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Understanding the Magician’s Role at a Restaurant

Understanding the Magician's Role at a Restaurant: Restaurant Gigs for Kids Entertainers Part 2

In part 1 of the Restaurant Gigs for Kids Entertainers series, long-time restaurant manager Andrew Cox gave tips on how to get hired as a strolling performer at restaurants and hotels. Here in part 2, he shares more about the restaurant setting and the magician’s role in it, as well as advice on how to…

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