Drawing clients is a top priority for any professional event planner. If you need help getting your first client, listen to what Candice has to say. This is especially relevant for new event planners who are just breaking out in the industry.
We sat down with event planning expert and QC Event School tutor, Candice Coppola, to get some insight from someone who’s been right where you are. Watch the video below to find out what Candice has to say!
So remember, it’s important to identify where exactly the problem lies and come up with a solid solution to fix it. Do you need to build up your confidence when meeting with potential clients? Does your marketing plan need a second look? Do you need to rework your pricing? Or perhaps you need to work on your portfolio that you’re displaying on your website? Whatever the case, take action as soon as you can!
Tell us! What hurdles did you need to overcome in order to get that very first client? Leave a comment below!
Mwai Yeboah is the founder of the destination wedding planning boutique, Love From Mwai, located in the United Kingdom. As the lead planner and designer, she helps luxury and lifestyle clients from all around the globe turn their weddings and events into immersive experiences! It’s with great honor and excitement that we welcome Mwai to […]
One response to “Getting Your First Client”
I am planning to start a new business in event management your tips helping and its inspiration also for startups 🙂