Exchanging experiences about touring interstate
About this workshop
Have you considered planning a tour around Australia but too scared to take the step? No idea how to get started but keen go the next level? Join our touring roundtable discussion, a more casual, horizontally designed peer-to-peer style workshop, where everyone is an expert in their own life. We will share our experiences, failures and wins when it comes to touring interstate. This is a safe space to ask all of your questions and swap tips and tricks with your peers.
Skills you will gain
How to plan a tour
How to determine if a tour is an economically viable business decision and how to calculate if the costs equate to profit
How to time your tour, from how far to advance to what days of the week
How to analyse the local demographic of touring cities and how to determine that cities touring potential
Understanding the science behind avoiding touring during holidays, school breaks, Easter, Ramadan and other special occassions.
Tidbit tips and tricks about touring
How to avoid tour burnout
How to determine tour growth potential, expenses, touring rates and other cost and income sources
How to scope out sex worker friendly accomodations
Date: Friday, May 22nd
Time: 1pm – 3pm
Location: Online, Google Meets
This workshop will be held online and open to sex workers all over. However, the focus of this workshop will be for an Australian audience.
Further details about location will be emailed to those who RSVP for this workshop.
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About roundtable workshops
In a roundtable workshop, everyone is the expert. These workshops are horizontally designed meaning there is no single authority figure to learn from, everyone has something to share and exchange from their lived experience. These discussions are facilitated by the team at Bigger Sister Channel, specifically our Skillshare Coordinator Rain Morgan to ensure the smooth flow of conversation and connection. Most roundtable workshops are held online, but you are free to turn off your camera and your microphone for any privacy reasons.
Want to support our community project?
Bigger Sister Channel is now accepting financial donations for those who share our vision and want to support our mission. Donations go to operation costs, providing free workshops, compensating expert presenters, developing peer-to-peer education content, having monthly giveaway and supporting sex workers in need or crisis.