Do you run free live workshops? School of Ranch's Services Group will produce them at no charge. You provide the content, the facility and insurance. We do marketing and pr, registration, instructional design. You pay nothing.
We build attendance for your education events. We use social media, local media, and extensive community relationships to get you the maximum turnout for your workshop.
We set up the registration process, the online form, ticketing, confirmation, reminders. We can handle complex events - multiple tracks, sessions on different days, coupons, and more.
Our instructional design process helps people learn by doing. We'll work with you to structure your content around these ends if you want.
This is your event, not ours. We're the producers. Your brand is dominant on all marketing and at the event. We will brand only as the event producer, subordinate to your brand. We will need your logo to share on marketing materials, obviously, and will ask you to promote your event to your network.
Here's how we make this work: There is no cost to attend. We give people the opportunity to contribute what they want. We then split the proceeds with you after our direct costs. Everyone wins. You get increased attendance, and all the production work off your back, at no charge to you.
While we work primarily for nonprofits, we will work with for profits so long as the workshop is non-commercial and aligns with our mission.
We need to at least cover our costs. We take all the risk in our model for free events. If you charge we will negotiate a fair cut for our services.
Yes, so long as the workshop is noncommercial and aligns with our mission we will negotiate a fair payment to cover our costs.
Think about this like movie production. The primary brand is the name of the movie. We're like the movie studio. In all marketing, your brand is dominant. We only get production branding. The strength of a strong producer adds perceived value.
We run workshops all the time. The model that would work best in this area is if we can act as a funnel for your training programs. For example, if you run a workforce development program to certify people in the trades, we can run an entry level program in the same area and feed "graduates" to your program.