Being successful in voice overs means running an effective business.
In this post I want to share with you some stellar advice given by the Voices of the Industry panel who came together to talk specifically about voiceover business management. Voice acting veteran Tommy Griffiths is your host exploring the following key areas:
- Generating Business
- Customer Service
- Quoting Strategies
- Marketing Tips
In the video you will hear various perspectives from industry professionals, who all provide their own unique insights into the biz.
The five panelists explain how to attract those clients and provide winning promotional strategies.
Plus there are helpful technical tips, along with indispensable advice about charging and steering your voice over business in the right direction.
Let's meet the contributors
Debi Derryberry - one of Hollywood’s most active voice-over artists. She has voiced hundreds of cartoon characters and is best known for the voices of Jimmy Neutron, Draculaura on Mattel’s Monster High, and her work in Legends of Oz.
Bryant Falk - has been a voice-over professional and on-camera commercial and corporate producer-director for over 20 years. Bryant has worked with clients such as Foot Locker, Bloomberg, Walmart, AMC, MTV, and the NBA.
Mindy Williamson - teaches a voice development course for broadcast journalists at Fanshawe College and coaches on public speaking and presentation skills.
Jordan Wiberg - has a background as a studio engineer. He has coached and produced demos for many people over the years and works out of his home studio near Vancouver.
Kim Handysides - started in theatre, radio, and her voice has been used on multiple award-winning commercials, business and eLearning project and even a Cannes-nominated animated short film.
Moderator Tommy Griffiths - has produced demos for nearly 500 voice artists worldwide. He produces and hosts commercial podcasts and voice-tracks radio shows for stations across the U.S. Tommy is also a home recording studio consultant.
So grab yourself a coffee and settle back for an informative and invaluable guide to managing your voice over business.