General Corporate/Company Tips
TIPS ON CORPORATE EVENTS
Events are interesting to plan (to say the least). The corporate events
that I’ve planned have all had the same issue BUDGET. When you first
met with your contact, please make them commit to a budget. Most
clients try to stray away from this topic, however, you must make them
settle on the most expensive amount they want to spend. Once you are
able to nail down a budget, then you’ll have the ability to call on
those vendors that will allow you to gain the most profit.
After your client has given you a budget, have them email you their
needs and desires. I have found that you have less room for error when
the client communicates to you what they want for their event. Many
clients believe they have told you what they want for their event, and
the day of, if you do not produce, they will blame you – this is why
written communication is vital. You will eliminate confusion if you
have their needs and desires written out prior to giving a proposal.
Once you’ve analyzed what will work best for their event, found vendors
(that will do a great job and render you the best profit) and given a
proposal, you then want to execute your event. I cannot stress enough
to have the best vendors possible. The better your vendors, the better
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