PR: How To Open A Martial Arts School And Get Help Doing It

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  1. Bob Hubbard

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    Educational Funding Company releases a free downloadable PDF White Paper Guide, "How to Open and Manage a Martial Arts School" to give hopeful future school owners the edge they will need to both open and run a successful martial arts business.

    4740 Chevy Chase Drive
    Chevy Chase, MD 20815
    Phone: (301) 654-8677

    http://www.efcmartialartsbilling.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/efc-whitepaper3.pdf
     
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    It's an interesting read, some good points. Bit of a sales pitch for the company but good info either way.
     
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    My favorite was when they mention big schools vs. intimate ones. My wing chun school is on the small side, which is great because we all get personal attention. If I opened a school, I would keep it in the same vein as Sifu.
     
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    it isnt bad at all
     
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    An interesting document. For me, it is a real indicator how "mainstream" MA schools now are - I can remember some 20 years back when an experienced Sensei I knew wanted to publish a book on this subject, and Tuttle Press turned down the project because they thought "there is little interest in such a topic"!
     

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