This is the second article in our series on ACPWC Tips on How to Start Your Own Wedding Planning Business. In order to help you reach success, the ACPWC has put together a plan called DIVO…Direction, Influence, Value and Organization. In the last article we discussed Direction. This week we’ll talk about Influence. INFLUENCE It’s
The ACPWC’s own Deborah Moody will be participating in a live stream interview hosted by wedding industry expert, Julie Albaugh, owner of The Wedding Market. This live twitter chat will be on Wednesday, March 26, at 10:00 am PST. Designed to give wedding experts a wider exposure and having over 44,000 organic followers, WeddingMarketNews.com delivers
When it comes to defining and managing expectations, it is important that no blurred lines exist. When your client has signed the contract, both you and your client should know what to expect. You have responsibilities to your clients, but they also have responsibilities to you. Lines come blurred when we forget that the bride has hired
Special Guest Blogger: Andy Ebon, Wedding University & The Wedding Marketing Blog Wedding Marketing Planning Day 2014 is not an official day on the calendar, but it would be wise to schedule one for yourself. HERE’S THE IDEA Choose a single day to set your goals, work through a plan and budget, and commit to it, in
‘Tis the season to start thinking about how to improve our business for next year. To help us out, Andy Ebon, Wedding Marketing Expert, shares his knowledge, experience and thoughts with us in a two-part series: Is Your Wedding Business Stuck in Time? I am less impressed with the how many years a person or
You have read a great article that can really help you with your business. Now what is the next step? Did you share the link with anyone? Did you know that by sharing the link you can add to your available content for friends, fans, family and visitors, increase your visibility and bring more people
Have you been experiencing burnout in your Wedding Planning business? Has your once fun and exciting career left you feeling drained? Simply put, small business burnout is long-term physical, emotional or mental exhaustion that causes a diminished interest in work. It can happen both to financially struggling business owners as well as those who are
Are you looking for an exciting, interesting, fun career that you can pursue anywhere in the world? If moving around the world with your mate in the military is leaving you feeling without roots, then we have a solution for you. Setting up a wedding or event planning business is a great way to alleviate
Having good manners and ethics in today’s world is becoming increasingly harder to find. Unfortunately, this has affected the wedding industry, including Wedding Planners. Couples don’t know who to trust. Bad business ethics (dishonesty) and improper manners (rudeness) have left couples fearful of trusting business owners without getting great references from family, friends, or colleagues.
Imagine the excitement of being part of a couple’s special day and sharing in the joy, happiness and love surrounding them! As a Wedding Consultant, you get to do just that. If you love organizing parties and you’re good at it, are detail-oriented and creative, this may be just the field for your new career.