Starting an event planning business is an exciting endeavor that takes work on the part of the event planner. There are many moving parts. Social media, pricing your services, marketing, and writing contracts are just a few of the things you will need to do before launching. Trying to do all of these things yourself will have you stretched thin and on your way to burning out.
Using templates for different parts of your business will give you the assistance and structure you need as you get started. This will take the pressure off you so you can focus on other aspects such as building relationships with vendors and getting client leads. Take a look at the five templates you will need to start your event planning business.
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As a wedding planner you always want to stay up to date on all of the ins and outs of wedding planning. With things always changing, especially in 2020, it is important to make sure you have the latest information to continue to grow your business.
We have rounded up the 10 videos that every wedding planner should watch to benefit their business and their clients.
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Landing a new client for your event planning business is an exciting moment. But that is when the real work begins. The first thing you need to do is send them a welcome packet. Within this packet is an important piece of paper, the welcome letter. The welcome letter is more than a hello to your client. This is a reassurance of your commitment to their event and the professionalism of your business.
With that being said, there are three things that every client’s welcome letter must-have. Leaving any of these out will result in a loss of confidence or a loss of professional appearance for your company.
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