7 Tips For Starting A Successful Film Production Company

Want to start your own film production company? Here are 7 tips you should know.

We've interviewed thousands of successful founders at Starter Story and asked what advice they would give to entrepreneurs who are just getting started.

Here's the best advice we discovered for starting a film production company:

#1: Latham Ford, founder of No Idea Films, LLC:

We chatted with with Latham, founder of No Idea Films, LLC ($5K/month). In our interview, Latham says:

I’ve learned to fail and fail big. The more I have failed the more successful I became.

Additionally:

Being a producer is all about learning through experience and to gain that you must… produce.

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#2: Hope Horner, founder of Lemonlight :

We chatted with with Hope, founder of Lemonlight ($1.5M/month). In our interview, Hope says:

We wanted to validate the market so we built a $12 website on Squarespace, signed up for a free Mailchimp account, and hacked together a rough sales presentation.

Additionally:

Focus on sales and marketing early. The sooner you start generating sales, the sooner you get customer feedback and use it to shape what you’re building.

Further:

Lastly, nobody has a secret formula for success. It’s all about working hard and being consistent in your approach.

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#3: Hope Horner, founder of Lemonlight :

We chatted with with Hope, founder of Lemonlight ($1.5M/month). In our interview, Hope says:

Make buying your product or service as easy as possible for your customer. Simplify. Productize.

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#4: Hope Horner, founder of Lemonlight :

We chatted with with Hope, founder of Lemonlight ($1.5M/month). In our interview, Hope says:

Have everyone go through the same steps so that you can make an objective decision with all the relevant facts.

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