When you’re running a services-based business, it’s easy to get caught up in client work and skip over the business of running your business. You’re amazing at what you do, but marketing, sales and technology can be complicated, confusing and feel like a big fat waste of your time.
It doesn’t have to be this way.
We’re Scoop Industries (aka Brittany & Maggie), specialists at making the working “on” your business part of things simple. As experienced services-based business owners ourselves, we know how easy it is for you to end up putting your business last on the list after all of your clients.
We deliver courses and consulting for services-based businesses owners that don’t want to waste another second chasing rainbows or elusive unicorns of online business. You need to learn what you need-to-know yesterday and you don’t have time for fluff.
If you’re a consultant, creative, coach, freelancer or run a business serving people in some way, we can help you grow your business and get paid. We keep it real with business and marketing practices that work and actually help you build your bottom line. <End of Story>
Tired of business and marketing sucking up your days and want to get back to doing what you’re good at? Scoop can help.
Stop Googling or wasting time trying to figure it out on your own. Scoop courses teach you what you need-to-know.
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