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My partner and I started our business, Fabulous Event Planners, Inc. in April and we are starting to get clients and are excited about our prospects here in NY.

We consider your book to be our "bible" and refer to it wherever possible.  We both have had event/meeting planning experience in the corporate sector and now want to apply our expertise to our own company - from small parties to large events.

Thanks again for your valuable advice.

Lois Shapiro, Ritta Kagan, Fabulous Event Planners, Inc.

 

 

 

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So you've decided to start your own event planning company? Congratulations! You are about to embark on an exciting journey into self-employment in the fast-paced field of special events. In our first e-book, Become an Event Planner, you'll find a wealth of information to help you understand the basics of setting up your business, prospecting for clients and finding vendors. For more detailed and step-by-step instructions and checklists, our e-book Starting an Event Planning Company is an excellent companion guide and includes more comprehensive resource for establishing your new business.

Here's what you'll find inside:

bullet How to choose the best name for your new company
bullet How to write a business plan and where you can find several samples
bullet Options for structuring your business and the pros and cons of each
bullet Calculating your start-up costs
bullet Creative ways to finance your new company
bullet How to create your business identity
bullet Identifying your target market and creating a marketing plan
bullet Explanation of the licensure, registrations & permits required
bullet Types of insurance and what youíll need to have
bullet What Uncle Sam wants: In depth discussion of taxes
bullet How to set up your book keeping
bullet Employees versus independent contractors and where to find cheap labor
bullet Home office, office space or store front: Setting up shop
bullet The equipment and supplies you canít do without
bullet Determining how to price your services
bullet How to create a winning proposal with samples
bullet Developing an impressive portfolio
bullet Managing vendors and suppliers
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Customizable forms and worksheets to make your life easier

Event Information Worksheet

Event Supplier Form

Event Venue Form

Deadlines Worksheet

Event Venue Diagram

Supply Costing Worksheet

Event Contacts

To Do List

Time Log

Expense Log

Press Release

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Sample contracts for clients and vendors

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Tips for keeping your event on-track

Organizing your event notebook

Creating a minute-by-minute

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Great Event Planning resources

 

Overall 135 full pages, in a Microsoft Word document that will help you start your company. No pictures, no filler, just useful information along with templates and forms you can customize and begin using right away!

This book, Starting an Event Planning Company, is available Now for only $49.95!

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Steps to setting up your event planning business:
  1. Determine your company name; design logo
  2. Write a business plan
  3. Decide on business structure (sole proprietor, partnership, corporation)
  4. Seek financing
  5. Obtain necessary licensure and registrations
  6. Set up accounting and tax matters
  7. Find a suitable location (home, office or store front)
  8. Install phone/fax line(s)
  9. Design a logo
  10. Design and print collateral materials (business cards, letterhead, etc.)
  11. Purchase equipment and supplies
  12. Announce your new business

 

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