Partner with Tamara

19 August , 2011 yba (1) Comments

This message may or may not apply to you, But if you are seriously interested in growing your existing yoga/holistic business, this could be one of the most important messages you could hear from me.

Perhaps you’d love me to work on your business marketing and advertising campaigns? and maybe you are just the right person I am looking for?

I created this offer based on various client feedback.

I am looking to work with ONE successful business/business person/entrepreneur in yoga and holistic market.

There are three main business categories I am looking to work with:

  • Teachers training business
  • Retreats business
  • Expanding yoga studios and therapy business

If you tick any of the above, I would like to help you grow your business fast.

Please read the qualifying criteria below though, as we may not be right for each other at this occasion … let’s just be honest So…to qualify you

  • Must be already in business for at least 2 years and making good profit
  • Must have marketing budget
  • Understand the value of marketing
  • Understand testing and the marketing process
  • respect your buyer and be in love with your product and service
  • Be open minded to change

But …

  • You realize your marketing, adverts can do much better but are not sure how
  • You know there can be more profits but not sure how
  • You know the real secrets to creating powerful campaigns are outside of your reach
  • You don’t want to take on a new marketing employee
  • You don’t want to hire someone for a one off hit
  • you don’t have time to deal with marketing and promotions yourself

You understand …

  • You need a REAL expert with real experience in your market, that you can work  alongside with as a partner for the long run.
  • If this sounds like you I might want to be that partner.
  • Before you contact me I need to explain a few things:
  • I am not willing to share my time and skills for future profits only (thank you for understanding)
  • You have to be willing to invest a small deposit upfront (to be agreed)
  • You have to be willing to a future profit share of 10% (to be agreed)
  • You also have to be willing to tolerate new ideas. This way you get  incredible results fast.

If you are a person/business with high standards, and what you’ve
read so far excites you and want to find out more, I look forward
to hearing from you.

To find out more, either email Or simply fill out the Contact Us form and indicate clearly:

  • What is your business about
  • What kind of help do you require
  • What is your marketing budget
  • Include your telephone number including country and area code

I will then contact you to take things further
Let’s create something extraordinary

Warm Regards
Tamara Machavariani
Yoga Business Academy

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