#75 The Business Side of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu; Black Belt Corner: Gumby

This episode of The FightWorks Podcast isn’t so much about training Brazilian jiu-jitsu, competition news or history of the sport, but more about helping BJJ schools thrive. What are the business practices a school can use to make it more successful? We speak with Jeremy Lafreniere of Capital Jiu-Jitsu on the do’s and don’ts of what school owners and students alike can do to make your school grow and do well, so that you’ll be around for years to come.

Our guest this week on our segment called The BlackBelt Corner is Gumby from OnTheMat.com.

Capital Jiu-jitsu

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2 thoughts on “#75 The Business Side of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu; Black Belt Corner: Gumby”

  1. Thank you again for the wonderful opportunity! I was honored that you would allow me to talk about how school owners can grow a successful Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and Mixed Martial Arts business! Also, to the students out there: a successful business means MORE resources for students to take advantage of! Some people feel success equals commercialism, but not so. Success equals resources! And resources equals opportunity, for the school owner, the students, and those looking to make a career out of teaching or training in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and Mixed Martial Arts!!

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