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Winning Clients with the Perfect Event Planning Portfolio

Your event planning portfolio is a key tool in presenting and showcasing your talents and can take the form of a website, an album or even a scrapbook.

Event planning is exciting and we can make a big difference in the lives and businesses of our clients. By creating a winning event portfolio, you’ll be able to sell your services with confidence.

If you’re reluctant to sing your own praises, or you’re feeling overwhelmed by the thought of putting together your own event planning portfolio, keep reading…

Your Event Planning Portfolio

There’s nothing like facing a blank screen or sheet of paper to let those voices of doubt creep in, “I don’t have any talents.” ” Why would anyone hire me?”

In today’s episode of EventPlanning BlueprintTV, I share 3 items to include in your event portfolio that will set you apart – no matter how much experience you have.

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  • Event Planning Jobs | Easier To Find | www.eventplanningblueprint.com

    August 17, 2013., 9:19 pm  •  

    […] your event-planning portfolio ready to showcase you and your business? Have you included before and after photos of events […]

  • Why You Need An Event Planning Headshot | Event Planning Blueprint

    October 16, 2013., 9:42 am  •  

    […] having an event planner headshot is a great piece to include in your event planning marketing portfolio and on your […]

  • how to charge for event planning services | Event Planning Blueprint

    December 9, 2013., 9:37 am  •  

    […] want to overcharge and you don’t want to undercharge. Staying competitive will help you build your event planning portfolio so you can grow your business and become -the- event planner to call in your […]

  • Are You An Event Planner Extraordinaire But Still Lacking Business?

    June 25, 2014., 9:29 am  •  

    […] at events will take the job seriously. Michelle may need to put on a suit and brush up on her professional demeanor if she wants to sign more contracts with corporate […]

  • Boost Event Planning Revenue with Add-On Services | Event Planning Blueprint

    October 22, 2014., 10:21 am  •  

    […] your fees for event services although, if you’ve gained experience and an impressive event portfolio, it may also be time to raise your […]

  • Event Planning Jobs That Are Easier to Find with These 5 Business Building Tips | Event Planning Blueprint

    November 13, 2014., 11:29 am  •  

    […] your event-planning portfolio ready to showcase you and your business? Have you included before and after photos of events […]

  • Why You Don’t Need An Event Planning Certificate / Event planing

    July 20, 2016., 6:50 am  •  

    […] Clients (and employers) want you to have event experience before they hire you to plan their events, so it’s important to make a list of the areas where you need experience (for example: catering, floral design, décor, logistics, sales, marketing, etc.), then highlight this experience in your event planning portfolio. […]

  • Ashley Harper

    August 9, 2016., 9:46 am  •  

    Thankful for this blog! Love the info. I will be putting together my portfolio soon and definitely have some great take-aways from this post. Thanks!


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