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How to Create a Winning Event Quote or Proposal

How to Create a Winning Event Quote or Proposal

How professional are your event proposals? Are you using paper contracts and Microsoft Word documents? Do you have to edit certain things in each contract, leaving room for grammatical errors, wasted time, or even legal woes (and double-booking, assuming these proposals don't directly tie into your inventory!)

Or, are you using software, but it just

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3 Proven Strategies to Leverage Your Event Company's Social Proof in 2019

3 Proven Strategies to Leverage Your Event Company's Social Proof in 2019

Social proof is a well-established phenomenon that Fortune 500 companies have been using for years to tailor their marketing efforts, yet it’s still a newer concept in the events industry. It touts the idea that people are influenced by their networks to trust certain brands, people, and products. If your best friend tells you

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Staffing During the Busy Season

Staffing During the Busy Season

Event rentals and catering are seasonal businesses which presents a staffing challenge. You don’t need all of your employees year-round, but when you do, you want trained, responsible staff representing your brand. What do you do?

Hiring Seasonal Staff

One successful strategy for having enough staff year-round is to work with a staffing agency

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Traps to Avoid When Buying Used Event Rentals

Traps to Avoid When Buying Used Event Rentals

Buying new isn't always the answer, but sometimes purchasing pre-owned can be more trouble than it's worth. Read on for some helpful tips on how to side step those items that create more headache than cashflow.

The Condition of the Item

Although price will be important when buying a used item for your inventory, what

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How to Refurbish Rentals Without Ruining

How to Refurbish Rentals Without Ruining

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It's so gratifying when you find a good piece you like at an amazing price, but the condition is well, sort of, meh. However, you see potential. Make sure when you improve it you don't ruin it, otherwise it is an exercise in futility.

Ask Yourself: Do I Have The Required

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