Jeremy Lesniak con How Not to Hold a Martial Arts Tournament: Practical Advice – and Cautions – When Holding Martial Arts Competitions, Seminars or Other Events (English Edition)Do you host martial arts events, like a karate tournament or taekwondo tournaments? Maybe you’re considering promoting a martial arts seminar for the very first time. Whether you’re a seasoned veteran or a rookie promoter, you’re in the right place. We’ve done all of the leg work and boiled down decades of information from dozens of promoters into this book.
If you follow our advice for putting on an event, not only will you see an increase in profits but you’ll have a less stressful and more enjoyable process in promoting your event. Our karate tournament book, How Not to Hold a Martial Arts Event, is the culmination of months of writing and research and is backed by the makers of the world’s best sparring gear as well as the world’s #1 traditional martial arts podcast – whistlekick.
Why This Martial Arts Tournament Book?
This book is broken down into simple sections that can be completed by anyone, regardless of their business, computer or even martial arts experience. We want you to be successful in promoting your event because we want to see martial arts events grow and improve. The more great events out there, the better our martial arts community.
In this book we cover a lot, including:
How do you market a martial arts tournament or seminar?
Should you use event software?
Do you need a website?
How do you get the best martial arts referees?
What types of competitive events should you have?
How do you price your competitor entries, spectators and other elements for maximum profit?
And a lot more
Which all ties into teaching you…
What you can do to make sure people have a great experience and come back year after year!
Equally applicable to all martial arts events - kung fu, tang soo do, tae kwon do, tai chi, qi gong, aikido, kendo, HEMA...