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bdarmanali2022
Apr 07, 2022
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Call it stubborn. Call it stupid. Call it what you will, I decided to plan my own wedding. Like most of my millennial event planning relatives, I am budget conscious, but I also felt that as someone with knowledge of the event industry, a system of killer email labeling and a propensity for crafts involving hot glue, I could handle that. So far so good (mostly).The biggest shocker to date – aside from the cost of a flower arrangement when it becomes a “wedding bouquet” – has been the number of blunders I have seen made by so-called professionals. event. Location of the event In the search for a wedding venue, I've met super stars who are at the top of their game, but I've also met players who haven't made it out of the little league. So I'd like to share some information about the event venue sourcing process from a client's perspective, which applies whether you're a wedding venue or a conference arena:1. Be ridiculously helpful. Location of the employee data event A property manager emailed me a brochure called [location].pdf.pub. She had clearly tried to save a Microsoft Publisher file in. pdf format by adding ".pdf" to the end of the file name. That, of course, didn't work. It did not open. When I asked her to please resend it as a .pdf file, she returned the exact same file with a "hope you can open this one". Defying his wishes, it is not. It was our signal that it didn't even warrant a visit, and it was crossed off our list of potential places. “Being ridiculously helpful” is one of Cantera's main missions, and it should become your mission in the events industry as well, or you'll lose customers like me who don't want to bother. You must anticipate the needs of your customers. It's great to be ready to answer their questions – it's even better when they don't have to ask questions.
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