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    A Hybrid Buisiness

    So I've had an idea and while it is a long time off, I wanted to get a general idea from other ProMers and weather or not it could work.

    First off, I would like to make it clear that this business (when or if it ever came to be) would only be a side business to my actual career.

    So I want to be able to make money doing the things I absolutely love. Up until a week ago, that major focus was on fursuiting and mascotting. But after my first swim with my monofin I fell completely in love and I want to grow my sights into something of a general entertainment business. I am having a fursuit made of Sven the Reindeer for December and I want to eventually include other iconic characters. (I am working on the copyright issue and all that so please no lectures) but I was hoping that I could include mermaiding into that little business. For those professional mermaids out there, do you think it would work? Could a hybrid business like that work with both original and non-original characters?

    And (because I didn't see it in any of the threads int he sub-forum that I looked through) how does one go about pricing their gigs and events? I am also curious how folks went about choosing their mermaid name or their business name. My cosplay name and Etsy/craft business is all under theAfancsLake but I am worried that's not a great entertainment business name and I don't want to do too many things under one name for confusion issues.
    The Magical Mystical MerFanc
    A Welsh Lake Monster with control of weather, water and water creatures.
    Resident sea monster, best friend of sharks and ducks, lover of the Deep Ocean.
    Known on all other social media as theAfanc

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    Junior Member Marrius's Avatar
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    The hybrid business scheme is not very clear to me, so at the moment I am concentrating on the online business I run on jira. This method is not without its flaws, but I can't help but mention the excellent third-party applications and extensions for jira that alphaserve provides. You can read more about the power bi jira connector if you are interested.

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