In 2022, we are projected to make $131,000 in annual revenue and educate 236 students
Through end of July - 66 // New annual # is 80
In 2023 we would like to earn $200,000 in annual revenue and educate 300 students. 1.5x rev growth YOY
In 2024 we would like to earn $350,000 in annual revenue and educate 600 student 1.75x rev growth YOY2.6x rev growth from 2022
Quick & Dirty Rev Forecast
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find BIG partners for Education - who can supply the students.
160 > marketing machine and/or a Big Partner 50+ students
get ONE of the partnership things to hit
Consulting: big jump - have big proposals out right now. Luminary Promotion pitch to get folks to move.
WHAT’S THE WORK
Rev Gen Work - 63% of time
Deck refresh, 2-3 hours of LMS work, setting up polls, getting students. LMS logistics. Student mgmt.
LMS - Wix forum
35%-50% of time
45 hours per 30 days, for each class
sell through regional group channel (only channel). meetings, white paper, testimonials, videos. Their marketing isn’t so good. She doesn’t talk to end buyers, THEY talk to end buyers on her behalf. She has blog/social & drive traffic. They get paid per head.
On Faculty at TCU/SCMS
Speaking Session - 1 hour
List of topics are refreshed each year, sent to groups.
Flying & speaking.
Bundled with Education. They find her. Video to Trainers of CU.
Speaking Session - pre-con
Speaking Session - key note
Consulting - (small)
Combo of pre-work and half-days, etc. Has some pre-recorded videos that work.
Consulting - Design Thinking
3 on-sites, not much behind-the-scenes work.
All former students, pitch them & have conversations until they’re landed.
Consulting - Data success & Strategy
6 weeks - Discovery, on-site, build out strategy and present.
Adding either education or consulting to another company in the CU space
Small Market Advisory - small market CU intensive - in cohorts of 10
This doesn’t exist, have an association that’s several-webinars in. Looking for 10 yes’s for 12 people.
Thrive Advisory Index - building ARK - impact index
Have 3 beta-testers, need a couple more rounds of beta.
Data company is going to find prospects + former students.
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Partnerships - 5 big proposals out. 11 to CU/Former students. 4 are still viable, can land 1 by end of year. We need to do to a pattern-spotting - what can we ignore? Proposals themselves are pretty Chipotle.
Lead Gen Work - 35% of time
Blogs - I blog weekly and push it out via email to 600 of my closest cu/league/partners as well as push out on LinkedIn and Twitter. — 20% open rate, no data for conversions. Wix hosts website & email. Reuses content a lot, new content is a bear. They also go out on linked in and twitter + smaller snippets too. Batches for 3-4 weeks at a time. Next to google. LI is my biggest driver to website activity.
Mostly this is the person-to-person prospecting. Esp at conferences & post-conferences.
Admin/Ops Work - 6% of time
Finances: QB for accounting and time-management piece. Productivity Planner (Kirk gave it to her)
Scheduling herself - prioritizing the week; travel, travel time.
Work that does not get done
A. Student Engagement Hub > leverage new opportunities, keeping the relationship going, there’s a gap in the market for community. Safe place where they can collaborate. NEW PRODUCT IDEA - a lot of insights that can make content creation much easier.
I now have 240 lovely potential clients that I would love to build an alumni page for/ gain insights into their needs and keep my finger on the pulse of this group.
B. Update my website
I need to highlight the educational offering and let the market know I am trying to educate 25% of the market.
C. Create a formal sales funnel. So much more we could be doing
Students - very opportunistic and not systematized, 131+faculty students.
Lead Magnets exists - but no hits
Partners - put them into a lump and solve problems categorically. CRM - spreadsheet, loves Asana but doesn’t use it.
D. KPIs & reporting - what’s meaningful and what’s actionable
Future Work - not yet accounted for
WHO DOES THE WORK
Who is this Anne Legg person, she sounds like a great worker...