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We all love parties, whether it be a fancy wedding party or some casual get-together in Elsie’s River . If you are throwing a party in a restaurant, then you need not worry about the catering. However, if you plan to arrange a party at your house, you can well imagine how difficult it could be to cook food for 20 to 30 guests. In such a case, it is advisable that one hire a good catering service to do the job.

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A good company that provides event production services should be able to offer you the knowledge, experience, talent, and equipment that will make your special event as successful as you have envisioned. Whether you're planning a wedding party, large corporate event, festival, or concert, you want your production company to make it successful and entertaining for all involved. Great events do not just happen by accident, but are well-managed.

Most companies that provide event production services also offer options to incorporate live music or entertainment as well. High quality entertainment is usually the key to a successful and enjoyable event. Therefore, if you want to put together an event that has everyone talking, be sure to go with a company that not only provides great event production solutions, but quality entertainment as well.

The right company can take the stress out of planning functions, helping to make sure they go off smoothly and appear effortless to the guests. A true turnkey entertainment and production company can provide everything that is needed. Whether you need equipment, event management, ordering, catering, staffing, worker payments, decorations, entertainment, or anything else, an experienced production company can handle everything, making your life much easier.

What Types of Events are in Need of Event Production Services?

Below are a few examples of the types of events where an experienced company that offers event production solutions will come in handy. If you are not sure if a company is good for your event, you can always contact them to find out more about their previous experience, special request handling, and other details. Simply talking with someone who is experienced with production solutions can often open up your mind to ideas that you may never have thought of.

* Fairs, Festivals and Concerts

* Parties and After-Parties

* Weddings and Receptions

* Trade Shows and Corporate Functions

* Meetings and Conventions

* Political Events

* Sporting Events

* If you are not sure, just ask!

What will these companies do for you? Some examples include consultation, logistics, audio and video solutions, room design and decor, catering, talent acquisition, hiring servers, bringing in videographers or photographers, developing team building activities, and location scouting. You might hire a company to help you with absolutely everything. On the other hand, you may be able to pick and choose the services that you require.

Do you need a staff, or do you already have people employed to handle your event? The right event management company can bring in their own managers and workers. They can also work with your staff or committee members. Here are some examples of the type of people these companies can provide.

* Event Directors and Site Managers

* Servers or Hosts and Hostesses

* Workers and Technicians (Audio, Video, etc.)

* Volunteer Coordinators

* Box office and Skilled Office Staff

You can see that the right company can handle everything, helping to ensure the success of the event. They can also fill in portions of your event staffing and management that you may lack. The idea behind these companies is to help you organize and plan an event that will meet your objectives, and to remove as much stress as possible so you are free to enjoy your event. To learn more, simply talk with a good event entertainment and event production company that can help you plan and carry out your special event.

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We all love parties, whether it be a fancy wedding party or some casual get-together in Elsie’s River . If you are throwing a party in a restaurant, then you need not worry about the catering. However, if you plan to arrange a party at your house, you can well imagine how difficult it could be to cook food for 20 to 30 guests. In such a case, it is advisable that one hire a good catering service to do the job.



Whether you are a solo esthetician, stylist or massage therapist - going it on your own has its benefits and challenges. Without a retail location, you may feel that you are at a marketing disadvantage to salons or day spas. Little do you know, most of those day spas and retails paying a pretty penny for retail space are thinking YOU are a smart cookie--- because you have very little overhead and no employees. Just like most things in life, the grass is always greener on the other side. As for building your solo practice, here are must-do marketing actions to take to bring new clients.

1. Get a marketing plan. If you are a rabid Friends fan like me, you might remember the first season episode when Phoebe laments "Get a plan?! I don't even have a pluh." And while it may seem overwhelming to create one, it is can actually make your life easier once you have one. The beauty of a marketing plan is that you know what you are going to spend, do (and NOT do) for marketing month by month. If you don't know where to start, drop me a note or call me. With a few phone calls and emails, I'll get to know your goals, budget, background and help you craft a plan that will put you in control.

2. Set up a client contact system. This can be paper-based or using a client database on your computer. The goal here is to remind you to reach out to clients you have seen before. Some occasions to do this are:

*Two days post treatment to see if they have any questions. Inquire about how they feel about their skin (any flare-ups?), their neck/back/etc. that they mentioned prior to their massage or if they have any styling questions about their new cut.

*Birthdays. You may be the only person to send them a card!

*If you have seen them in six weeks - or whatever would be your recommended interval for the next service.

*Three weeks after purchasing a product - do they need more?

*Client anniversary thank you - every year they have been a client, send them a little thank you note. Hand written cards are so very special these days, but email greeting cards are just as effective as getting the point across that you appreciate their loyalty.

You can see that tracking client activities and creating a system to remind you of these things is essential.

3. Reward for referrals. Review my No Cost Referrals tips and create a system that works for you. Building your business by word of mouth is the most inexpensive marketing around... don't be afraid to be generous to clients you refer you. A $25 Starbucks card for one client can save you from a $800 newspaper ad that brings in the same number of new clients (you got... just one.) No need for a fancy points system... your business cards (yes you need 'em) will do the trick. Give your clients extras when they book an appointment and list on your cards: "I build my business through referrals and would be delighted to help your friends or relatives."

4. Leverage the Internet. Having a website is, in my humble opinion, absolutely critical for any business. Use lower cost hosted solutions like Inspirational Web Hosting or SpaBoom - businesses that understand yours and provide low cost and easy to use solutions. On your site, be sure to collect emails and allow instant gift certificate purchase. Online sales is a nice perk, but not for everyone because you have to then ship out products very quickly after receiving the online order. If you are in a treatment room all day, this might be cause a delay... just be careful to correctly set customer expectations.

While there are several more marketing activities I'd recommend like a professional logo, or printing a brochure, there are also things you should not waste money on. Avoid advertisements and direct mail. The cost will most certainly outweigh the benefit you'd receive as a single practitioner.

Be sure to track your marketing pennies well. It is important to be conscious about how much (and where) you are spending your marketing dollars so you can decide whether to continue or not.

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