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How To Build A Strong Vendor Team

One of the first things we learn when we start planning special events is that we can’t do it alone. We need creative caterers, gorgeous venues and equipment rental companies that deliver on time. It takes floral designers with flair and wedding cake bakers who can rise to the occasion to keep our customers happy. Click Here To Read More

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Value Plus Offerings for Event Planning Services

What’s it going to take to become one of the best event planning services in your area? Three words – that little extra.

Getting the Word Out About Your Event Planning Services

Becoming a professional event planner is exciting and rewarding. Before we get to that stage, though, we have to build a loyal group of customers.

Marketing Your Event Planning Business Online

A creative online marketing plan can make all the difference between an event planning hobby and a growing business with lots of income.

Five Ways an Event Planning Business Can Grow

Build momentum for your event planning business by following these five basic business-building essentials.

Planning Special Events Requires Great Partnerships

A team of preferred vendors can help you deliver what you promise to event planning customers. Follow the rules of great partnerships to build your team.

When Planning Special Events Becomes Your Business

When you’re ready to take planning special events from hobby to business, there are important first steps you’ll need to take.

10 Tips for Planning an Outdoor Music Festival

Planning an outdoor music festival is such an exciting process. To make sure that your music festival is a complete success, follow these tips...

5 Tips for Hiring Event Security Teams: Keeping your Event Safe and Sound

Tips for hiring event security teams to help to keep your event safe and secure, whether it’s a high-profile celebrity event, a conference or a music festival.

How To Build a Successful Event Business, Whatever The Season

If your niche is season specific, you may worry about how to maintain your seasonal event planning business during slow times. Don’t panic though...

How to Make Sure Your Event Contracts are Watertight

Contract advice for event planners wanting to make sure their business is a continued success. What is an Event Contract and Why do I Need One?

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