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10 Step Event Planning Business Plan

Business advice and creating an event planning business plan can be booooring, and IMO you want to create a business so you’re having fun. There are going to be times in your business life where you’re doing things you don’t like and you want to quit, but creating and building a business can be fun and sssooo satisfying.

Now, before we get into today’s video training, let me be clear. I am not the person who is going to tell you to sit down for the next 3-12 months to fill out pages and pages of a (very dull) event planning business plan.

But, before you get your knickers in a knot and accuse me of insanity, let me explain…

It’s extremely important that you align your personal goals with your business objectives, which means you have to have goals and you need to create a plan in order to see those goals come to fruition.

However, it’s 100% possible to do that in a way that works for you. If a traditional event planning business plan works for you, great – go balls out and get ‘er done. But, if you’re anything like me and find most forms dull (did you see that other shiny object?) and they end up in a drawer never to be seen again, then listen up! (this is the reason Kickstart Your Event Business was created — for action takers who want a modern spin on creating an event planning business plan)

10 Step Event Planning Business Plan

Recently we held a live webinar/Periscope training and the feedback was very positive so we’re sharing the information here so you don’t miss it.

In this video workshop, we discuss:

  1. Brainstorming ideas so you know what type of events you want to plan?
  2. Creating a plan – map out your goals
  3. Listing all your resources (money, computer, etc)
  4. Securing and registering your business name and URL
  5. Setting up your social media profile(s)
  6. Designing and printing business cards
  7. Having a launch party
  8. Establishing your niche market
  9. Determining your pricing
  10. Determining your differentiators (benefits and features)

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