Who is the Broadway Investor? The Infographic. Finally!
I’ll admit it. I’m obsessed with infographics. I like reading ’em. And I like making ’em. Ok, truth time, I like telling my Assistant, Dylan, to make them. 🙂
Since I got addicted, we’ve made some really cool IGs (that’s how us cool people who make their Assistants make infographics refer to them, BTW). There was the one about Tony Award winners. There was the one about recouped musicals.
And then there was the one about the makeup of the typical Broadway Investor.
Wait a minute. We didn’t do that one! Newman!
But it’s not too late, right? No! It’s never too late. I just read Vera Wang didn’t enter into the fashion industry until she was 40. Rodney Dangerfield broke through at age 46. And good ol’ Colonel Sanders didn’t start frying chicken until he was 62. So it’s certainly not too late to post an infographic!
A year ago we announced the results of the first ever Broadway Investor survey. But go ahead, look at it. The results looked so boring. So non-info-graphic-y.
Below is our Broadway Investor infographic. Use it to help focus your search for investors for your show.
P.S. I’ll bet this post gets more views and shares than the previous post with the same information, just presented differently. Remember that when you’re trying to get something out into the world.
And stay tuned for more Infographics. I’m keeping Dylan busy this summer.
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