This is important because it will be the way you brand yourself.
When someone asks you what you do, after you tell them you’re an event planner the next thing you say will be your mission statement.
There is a lot to consider when deciding to start your event planning business. Do you prefer a more professional environment of corporate events?
This video and article below make it simple for you by discussing the top 5 things you should focus on. You can read about the different types of events here and be sure to sign up for our free mini course where the first lesson goes into detail about social vs corporate planning. Your Mission Statement A mission statement is 1 – 2 sentences about what your business does and why you do it.
Occasions’ staffs of four, with numerous contract vendors, plans events, write event-planning products, and trains area students in the art of event planning.
Occasions will be invested in the community it resides in.
Our business course goes into much more detail about creating your business entity but for now you can find a lot of this information on your state website or speak with an attorney.
In addition to deciding on your business entity you should decide on your business name; opening a business bank account; and business insurance.
There are many recommendations for insurance companies in our private group for event planners. Marketing We have one of the most thorough articles about marketing your business and you should read the whole article.
You’ll find many different ways to get clients and get the word out about your business. Networking Everyone knows networking is important but doing it in a smart way is the key.