5 Secrets For Starting A Successful Virtual Magic Show Business

Want to start your own virtual magic show business? Here are 5 tips you should know.
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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 virtual magic show business:

#1: Daniel Chan, founder of Dan Chan Presents: Virtual Magic Shows:

We chatted with with Daniel, founder of Dan Chan Presents: Virtual Magic Shows ($12K/month). In our interview, Daniel says:

Performing magic as a career involves more than just magic. Learning how to budget, market, finance, build a website, communicate effectively with others, and effectively run a business is a challenge of its own.

Additionally:

The COVID-19 pandemic has pushed the entertainment industry to find new and innovative ways to keep events going. Instead of canceling or postponing events, I began experimenting with performing magic in the virtual medium.

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#2: Gary Ferrar, founder of Ah Real Magic LLC:

We chatted with with Gary, founder of Ah Real Magic LLC ($25K/month). In our interview, Gary says:

If you want to have an enjoyable entrepreneurial experience, choose something that doesn’t require inventory.

Additionally:

People say you need to be in the right place at the right time, so I tried to be everywhere all of the time.

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#3: James Chan, founder of James Chan - Prodigy Magician and Juggler:

We chatted with with James, founder of James Chan - Prodigy Magician and Juggler ($500/month). In our interview, James says:

Negative feedback should not be ignored, but rather treasured, as many polite people don’t have the guts to criticize work.

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