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Making a film can be expensive, and budgeting for all the costs you’re likely to incur along the way can be daunting. With the script, equipment, locations, cast and crew to think about, as well as the costs associated with pre- and post-production, there are lots of separate elements to consider.
This is why creating a detailed movie production budget is an essential part of the film-planning process. It doesn’t only keep surprises to a minimum and ensure you’ll actually have the funds to finish your project before you begin. It also allows you to think carefully about where money should be spent and what sacrifices you’ll need to make.
With this in mind, how do you go about creating an accurate film production budget? Read on to find out…
1. The two phases of your film budget
Film budgeting usually takes place in two... Read More
Business meetings can be an incredibly powerful but often misused tool. Time is the most valuable resource we have, yet when it comes to meetings, many businesses won’t think twice about allowing them to drag on and on without any resolutions being reached. Often once the meeting is over, no one has any idea what to do next to move things forward.
According to the 2017-2018 State of Enterprise Work report, meetings ranked as the number one office productivity killer. But meetings don’t have to be that way. By running effective meetings, you can get results, have questions answered and leave attendees feeling energised about their work.
Ready to put an end to your morale-crushing meetings? Here are our top five effective meeting tips…
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1. Set the agenda
You’d think setting an agenda for a meeting would... Read More