Business & Money

Business & Money 201 Classes

Run your VO business more efficiently! Every month, we offer a different one-hour tele-class led by an industry expert, and designed for new and professional talent looking to run their voice-over business efficiently, grow their client base, and learn how to properly handle the real world, day to day operations of a successful voiceover career.

You'll learn how to negotiate rates, navigate through contracts, forms and tax issues, and cement their business plans after having a comprehensive understanding of the economic and logistical aspects of routine business practices and daily interactions with clients.

Taught by working voiceover professionals with substantiated experience, these concepts are shared in plain English so that you have the comfort level necessary to further your success.

Previous Topics

  • The Importance Of Creating A Business Plan
  • Rates, Negotiating, And Invoicing
  • Talk And Act Pro!
  • Contracts And Talent Release Forms
  • Tracking, Billing, And Database Software
  • Bookkeeping And Taxes
  • A Job: From Audition To Asking For A Copy
  • Keeping Clients Coming Back

About this Class

  • Setting: Webinar
  • Timetable: Offered once a month
  • Instructor: Tom Dheere
  • Class Length: 1-hour
  • Cost: $50

Business & Money 201 Advanced Classes

After You Register

  • You will receive an email with a unique link a few days before the webinar. If you don't, please check your spam or call us at 888-321-EDGE (3343).

Tom Dheere

Voice Over Business Expert

Location: Skype, Telephone

Coaching Formats: In Studio, Skype, Telephone

Specialties: Business and Money Consults, Marketing Consults

To schedule with Tom call 888-321-3343
or email

The H is silent, but Tom is not!

Tom has been a voice talent for more than fifteen years, and loves what he does. He spans quite a range, having narrated audiobooks about 30 Rock, Battlestar Galactica, and Glenn Beck, for example. In addition, he has lent his voice to video games like Red Dead Redemption, and he has voiced hundreds of e-learning projects for students all over the world, who are learning English as a second language.

When Tom isn’t talking (or talking about talking), he occasionally acts, directs, and is even the writer and co-producer of a comic book. He writes a voiceover blog called the Good Karma Network, as well.

In describing his voice-over journey, Tom uses words like “adventure,” “a thrill,” and “fulfilling.” As an Edge Studio coach, he likes giving back to the voice-over community, and enjoys being able to share his experience, insights and perspective so that aspiring talent will feel the same way.