Tag: strategies

Are your competitors fighters or nappers?

When it comes to racing, many of your competitors don’t change their strategies all that often, making their business naps your business advantage.

/ May 28, 2017

Principles of a profitable race

Once you figured out how to start small, stay simple, and show value, these core principles should become the foundation of every race you build.

/ May 15, 2017

Rebuild your motivation and get back to building better races

Do you need something to change in your racing business? Does the feeling of having to produce yet another race tapping your motivation? You know you love racing, but maybe it’s become exhausting, frustrating and even painful to continue. You see your competitors still maintaining the same race production tempo they did in past years,...

/ January 31, 2017

Strategies for beating Mr. Murphy and his immutable laws of racing

Race promoters have tried many strategies to beat Mr. Murphy and his wheel of woe. Those few that have survived, found that the strategies that work come with a price. I think that price that is just too high for most new race promoters to pay AND manage to stay in business. That is why...

/ January 17, 2017

Build your volume racing business with encores and playoffs

Do you have a strategy to improve your sales volume? No, this has nothing to do with how loud your events are during registration. CenturyLink Field — the home field for the Seattle Seahawks — already has that record. No, this volume has to do with the number of races you need to produce a...

/ December 12, 2016

Strategies for picking your race dates

Picking your race dates is an important part of your strategic process. Usually between October and December, you sit down with your list of potential race offerings, pull out your calendar and a pen, and start considering possible dates. STOP! You’re going about this without all the facts. All the facts? Those bits of information...

/ October 24, 2016