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How To Fire An Event Planning Client (Respectfully)

Do you love what you do so much that your clients often become friends? Or, are you in a position where you love what you do but you don’t always like the clients you work with?

If you’ve been an event planner for a while and you have a solid client base, then you have the freedom to choose who you want to work with. But, if you’re new to the industry and building your event planning business, then it’s harder to say no to someone who wants to pay you to plan their event, but sometimes it’s necessary if it’s not the right fit.

What happens when you have a client you dread working with and you’re at your wits’ end and need to fire an event planning client?

How can you respectfully fire your client and define the traits you want your clients to have so you feel comfortable enough to become friends with them and don’t have to put yourself in a ‘firing’ situation.

I’m not advocating you fire an event planning client, but once in a while it’s a problem that faces every event manager.

How To Fire An Event Planning Client (Respectfully)

Watch this episode of Event Planning BlueprintTV to learn 3 tips to maintain your professionalism even if you need to fire your event planning client.

** If you find yourself in a position where you need to fire an event planning client, scroll down for a script to send your client.

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