The modern voice over world can feel like a crowded market place, especially if you’re looking for work on pay-to-play sites. Continually auditioning and not being hired can easily turn into a depressing experience. But, before you decide to throw in the towel and walk away from voice over, you should know there is another way to find work…with Networking for Voice Actors.
How would it feel to book work directly with your clients and become their go-to voice over artist in your local business community? You can! By learning how to network successfully!
In Networking for Voice Actors, Edge Studio alumna Liz Drury will show you:
- What networking is (and what it isn’t)
- Why you should be networking for your voice over business
- Where to find networking meetings that are worth your time – both in the real world and online
- What do do (and what not to do) when you attend a business networking meeting
- How to follow up on your networking events for maximum effect
Meet Your Coach:
Networking for Voice Actors instructor Liz Drury is a British voice over artist based in the UK, but she began her career whilst living in the USA back in 2013. She did her initial training with Edge Studio, and made her first professional demos with Edge in Washington DC.
Since then she has worked across many voiceover genres including commercials, e-learning, corporate videos, telephony and audio tours for clients such as Bulgari, VW, JCB, Booking dot com, Hilton Garden Inn, UNICEF and Nestlé.
In 2017 she was named as one of the UK’s top 100 Small Businesses which led to an invitation to a reception at 10 Downing Street (the residence of the Prime Minister). She has also been nominated for a number of voiceover and business awards.
Liz attends many networking meetings to promote her voiceover services and has found this method of marketing to be a very beneficial way to grow her business.