How to Start a Face Painting Business DOWNLOAD

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How to Start a Face Painting Business DOWNLOAD

A downloadable step-by-step resource created especially for people like you who want to learn how to start their business the right way, right now!



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Never before has there been such a comprehensive step-by-step resource created especially for face painters who want to begin their own business.

The  How to Start a Face Painting Business Home Study Course (DOWNLOAD) is going to teach you real world proven strategies that have worked for other successful face painters…and they’ll work for you too!

Please note, this item is downloadable and accessed online (nothing will be shipped to you in the mail, you will access it online).

What You’ll Receive in this HUGE Home Study Course (DOWNLOAD):

100 page “How to Start a Face Painting Business” Manual including:
Chapter 1: Get Your Face Paint Supplies
Chapter 2: How to Set Up Your Stall
Chapter 3: Hygiene
Chapter 4: Your Face Painting Office
Chapter 5: Business Plan
Chapter 6: Register Your Business Name
Chapter 7: Face Painting Associations and Accreditation
Chapter 8: Liability Insurance
Chapter 9: Find an Agent or Promoter
Chapter 10: Advertising and Marketing
Chapter 11: Training and Hiring Other Face Painters

“Listen to How to Start a Face Painting Business”
Over 2 Hour Mp3 Audio Version of the Manual

“How a New Jersey Mom Started Her Own Profitable Face Painting Business”
1 ½ Hour Audio Mp3 Interview with Natalie Foxhill, Amazing Face Painting LLC — Listen as she reveals absolutely everything she did to start her own very successful face painting business, so you’ll be able to just follow in her footsteps! Also includes Plus a 55 page PDF Transcript of Interview.

“Your Face Painting Office Documents”
15 Business Forms Templates & 20 Sample Promotional Materials – Downloadable (PDFs/Word Docs/JPGs/Excel)

Including Templates: Business Plan, Face Painting Job Contract, Customer Satisfaction Survey, Disclaimer, Employee Contract, Enquiry-Booking Form, Incident Form, Invoice, Job Quote Letter, Model Release Form, Rate Sheet, Risk Assessment, Service Agreement, Client-Database, Authorization for Additional Time at this Event, Discount Coupon, Gift Certificate, Introductory Letter, Restaurant Letter, Festival Letter, Marketing to Previous Customers Letter, Press Release, Sign for Queue

And Samples: Business Card, Face Painting Display Board, Cheek Art Display Board, Flyer, Magazine Ad, Postcards, Posters, Price Sign, T-Shirt, Water Bottle Artwork!!

“Face Painting Industry Secrets from an Aussie Entertainment Agency”
1 Hour Online Video Interview with Michelle Drinnan, Moz Theatre Entertainment – Listen to Michelle’s secrets for promoting yourself and learn how to deal with Entertainment Agents. Also includes a 50 page Transcript of Interview.

“Awaken Your Entrepreneurial Spirit“
1 Hour Audio Mp3 (Performer Secrets) Interview with
Philadelphia Tivoli, Founder of Face Painting Tips.


Raving Reviews About
“How to Start a Face Painting Business”

” I feel your Business Package is definitely worth every penny, and the information has saved me a lot of time and money, most of us learn through trial and error, first time business owners usually go through many difficult experiences through the first few years.

When some one who has already traveled down that road can give us a few detours to avoid, along with better more efficient ways to get where we want to go. You have done that perfectly!

I have used almost every thing in the manual already it has done wonders for my marketing and finance.

I also feel and my husband agrees ( he recently finished getting a MBA in business management) your information contained in this package can apply to almost all businesses, just substituting the details and specifics for the individual Business.

I am surprised how much you have to share that I haven’t come across in my own research!

The first time I designed business cards/post cards it took me a couple of weeks, but thanks to your help I had my new cards ordered in under one hour.

I can’t thank you enough, I will recommend this everyone I can think of.

Sincerely Athena Stovall”

Athena Stovall
Stansbury Park Utah, USA


“To anyone planning on starting up with face painting…I highly recommend buying “How to Start a Face Painting Business”!  There is so much great information in here and so worth the money!

It’s the best home ‘course’ I’ve ever purchased! I’m following the steps (which are explained so easily) and have gotten a lot of them done! I still have a ways to go but I feel comfortable that I’m on the right path due to Philadelphia’s course.

I’ve mostly face painted for charity and a couple of parties and am now underway making a business of it.  It’s a lot of fun and even more fun having guidelines to follow.  Thanks Philadelphia!”

Lynn Higbee
Egg Harbor Township, NJ 08234


” I LOVED your training manual! I’m looking forward to a very exciting year with my new face painting business. The things I found most helpful were:

* the information on Public Liability Insurance
* the marketing strategies
* the suggestions you made regarding networking with other face painters
* the business templates were also extremely helpful!
(it definitely had things I wouldn’t have thought of!)
* I really enjoyed your interview regarding being a successful entrepreneur!

After reading (well listening mostly) to this package I feel alot of confidence in my ability to start, own and run a face painting business.

I continually listen to the chapters over and over, so that I am never lost as to what my next step should be, or new ideas for marketing. I feel that I got excellent value for money and would really recommend anyone who is even thinking of starting a face painting business to get this package.
It’s the best headstart anyone could ask for.

Thanks so much for putting together this package. I look forward to participating on your forum and blog, and sincerely hope to meet you one day!”

Marion Mitchell
Loganholme, Qld, Australia.

Face Painting Tips

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