Are you one of the many unfortunate photographers being held hostage by your photography business failing, or showing signs of impending failure?

We probably shouldn’t wait for the end of the year, or some other milestone, to look back and ask ourselves the $64,000 question:

“How was business this 12 months? Was this year better, worse, or the same as the last?”

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Written by tiroberts
607 days ago

My brother in law is a photogopher and he's a great one. His business is up and down, but like BizRock said, that's the nature of the beast.

Ti



Written by BizRock
610 days ago

The reality, unfortunately, is that businesses fail sometimes. You can learn how to handle a failing business, that is important to know. Thanks for this article...



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