Do you need event contracts in place because you worry that your event clients won’t pay you or maybe you’ve had to chase your client to get paid for services you’ve already provided?
While I hope this doesn’t or hasn’t happened to you, getting stiffed is something every business owner worries about at some point in her career.
Most of us operate on good faith that we’ll get paid for the services we provide and that our clients will honor their agreement to pay us, and on time.
Why Event Contracts Are Important
Unfortunately I had to learn this lesson the hard (and expensive!) way, but I’m the first to admit that it was my fault because I didn’t have proper event contracts in place. 🙁
When we don’t take the time to get the right event contract in place before we start planning a client’s event, it sets us up for loss and disappointment.
The good news – there are a few simple things you can do to protect your business, yourself, and your clients.
If you’re wondering how to safeguard yourself from problem or non-paying clients, listen and learn from legal guru, Annette Stepanian, as she shares how to protect yourself, and what you should and shouldn’t include in your event contracts.
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