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Client Experience vs. Customer Service: Which is More Important

Client Experience vs. Customer Service: Which is More Important

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You’ve heard a lot about the importance of a good client experience. It’s a buzzword that’s been taking the industry by storm. But what is it really and how does it differ from customer service? Let’s take a closer dive into both and answer the question of

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The Ins and Outs of Rentals for Destination Clients

The Ins and Outs of Rentals for Destination Clients

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Destination weddings consistently make up approximately 25% of the wedding market. With that in mind, it’s important for any rental company to be well versed on the basics of working with a destination client. Clients who are from out-of-town require an extra level of service and attention, as they

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How to Churn Out Fresh Blog Content in the Off-Events Season

How  to  Churn  Out  Fresh  Blog Content  in  the  Off-Events Season

As days grow shorter, the wedding season winds down and most event professionals find themselves with more time on their hands between events. While a tropical vacation may be in order to celebrate another season in the books, plan to spend your off-season creating content to keep your blog and online presence consistent through the

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Building Your Event Company's Reputation

Building Your Event Company's Reputation

Reputation is everything in the events industry, whether you own an event rental business, a wedding planning business, or anything else where people are relying on you for a special occassion. A good rep can garner referrals, earn clients’ respect, and position yourself as a thought leader. All of those things equate with increased revenue,

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The 5 Packages All Event Rental Companies Should Offer

The 5 Packages All Event Rental Companies Should Offer

When your event rental company begins to notice a trend in items rented out together, you may begin asking questions as to what to do with this valuable knowledge. Could I make my rental options simpler? Is there opportunity for upsell? Can I use this information to provide something new and creative? The answer to

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