045 – Kathy Rabago on Pivoting from In-Person to Online Summer Camps

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Today I’m talking to Kathy Rabago, a piano teacher and music school owner, about how she pivoted the in-person camps her teachers had planned into online camps in response to COVID. And in the process, she created passive income generators for her teachers.

Kathy shares great insights for anyone thinking about running online camps and also about what it means to be a business owner.

The winners of the $500 studio grant competition have been announced! Check out musicstudiostartup.com/grant2020

A HUGE thanks to our sponsors, Fons and GEM Studios, for their support of that competition.


Summer Business Building Program

12-week program to guide you through the foundational decisions of launching a studio that is both personally rewarding and financially sustainable. Learn more at musicstudiostartup.com/summer2020.

Connect with Kathy

Website: https://velocitymusicacademy.com/



Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pianoprogram/


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