We strictly teach the business side of animation. There is no content geared towards helping you with your animation skills. But guess what? You don’t need to know how to animate to own an animation studio! You just need to know how to find animators to work with and how to manage a business, which is something we certainly cover in great detail. Think about it - does Elon Musk know how to make cars or spacecraft? Certainly not! The world’s best entrepreneurs don’t actually do (or know how to do) the actual technical work the company does. Their expertise lies in building businesses, regardless of what the underlying product or service is.
Our Founder, Ben Marvazi, started an animation studio in 2011 and grew it to over $1 million dollars in annual revenue. His studio has created over 7,000 videos for some of the world’s top brands like Comedy Central, Uber, Capital One, Dunkin Donuts, Kaiser, BBB, FOX, Intuit, Oracle, Pfizer, and so many others. To achieve this, there are lots of things you need to figure out and get right. Ben has spent over 10 years going through trial and error, spending tons of time and money figuring everything out - so you don’t have to. He’s packaged all of his learnings into this Animation Accelerator program and is available as the main Business Animation Coach to help animators succeed much faster than he did - since there was nothing like this when he first started out.
As with any education or training, our Animation Accelerator is an investment, not a cost. An investment that can change the entire trajectory of your life and financial future. The question should instead be - what does it cost if you DON’T go through this program? With that said, believe it or not - our program costs less than what you would charge to make a video for a client! That’s right! Less than the cost of making one video. Although we do plan to raise tuition costs in the coming months since we no longer will be offering our introductory rates. This is actually another reason why we only accept roughly 3% of applicants who apply. We need to make sure that everyone gets the individual attention they need to succeed.