Please ensure Javascript is enabled for purposes of website accessibility
Business of Animation Logo

Top 7 Things To Invest In To Start an Animation Studio

Starting up your animation studio involves investing in production, external, and internal resources.

Here are the top 7 things to invest in when starting an animation studio:

Top 7 Things To Invest In To Start an Animation Studio

1. Workspace

As an animator, you spend most of your time in your workspace, so customize the area according to your needs to increase your work rate and creativity.

1. Workspace

2. Computer Set

Investing in great quality computers, as well as leading-edge technologies, enables animators to be more agile and responsive as animation keeps on upgrading.

It also puts you in better positions to meet the changing preferences and requirements of clients and end-users.

2. Computer Set

3. Software

When it comes to creating animated videos skill is required, but it also needs the help of reliable software.

Investing in the right software is worth every penny to streamline your operations and ensure that clients are getting the best quality animations.

3. Software

4. Memory

Animation requires a lot of memory and data to create. So it's important to have good memory drives to make sure you have all the space you need to store your files, boot up your computer, and download and upgrade your programs.

4. Memory

5. Self-Care

Genuine self-care includes your overall mental, emotional, and physical well-being.

When you take care of yourself, you can focus more properly, think more creatively, manage stress better, produce quality animations and meet your clients' needs effectively and efficiently.

5. Self-Care

6. Marketing

Investing in marketing can help your secure more clients, increase your sales, and grow your animation business's brand awareness.

Marketing can also help you internally by attracting talent that can be a good addition to your team.

6. Marketing

7. Employees & Freelancers

As your animation studio expands, you'll need a team of in-house employees and freelancers to help you with the increasing day-to-day responsibilities.

A team that understands your vision can assist you in reaching your goals and boost your studio's chances of success.

7. Employees & Freelancers

Want to start and build your own animation studio? Sign up for our FREE Masterclass. 

How  to start and build your own animation studio
JOIN FREE MASTERCLASS
Business of Animation Footer Logo
Helping Animators Succeed

Should you be an On-Staff Animator, Freelance Animator, or Studio Owner?

X
crossmenuchevron-down linkedin facebook pinterest youtube rss twitter instagram facebook-blank rss-blank linkedin-blank pinterest youtube twitter instagram