She’s been seen on Marie Forleo and Danielle LaPorte, and today she joins us at Event Planning Blueprint to discuss common legal mistakes event planners make.
Today’s topic is vital to your event management business and should be taught in event planning 101.
We often learn lessons the hard way, and as someone who has built a business from scratch – with little experience, virtually no money, but a willingness to take action with a git’r done attitude, Jo-Na Williams shares some insights that I wish I had when I started my event management business in 2004.
In today’s episode of EventPlanning BlueprintTV, learn the common legal mistakes event planners make, and how you can avoid – or fix – them.
Common Legal Mistakes Event Planners Make
This is sure to be one of those videos that you’ll watch again, and I’ve included the transcript below so you can choose the right business structure, know how to position your event planning business and charge premium prices for your services, and learn how to identify your strengths to get clients.
Now, I’d love to hear from you.
How are you positioning yourself and your business in the market and how do you use your ‘Unique Ability” to build your event management business?
Please share in the comments below… With much appreciation,
P.S. (Disclaimer: This video and accompanying content (blog, YouTube descriptions, etc. herein referred to as “Content”) is for informational purposes only and should not be construed as legal advice of any kind. Jo-Ná Williams and J.A.Williams Law, P.C. assumes no liability for use or interpretation of any information contain in this Episode or this document. This Episode should not be an alternative to obtaining legal advice from a licensed attorney in your state based on the specific facts of your legal matter. Jo-Ná Williams is licensed to practice law in the State of New York only.)