planner. Sunday , August 06th , 2017 - 11:58:48 AM
Clients always prefer working with those event planners who are truly enthusiastic about organizing events. If you lack enthusiasm, youll never be able to organize functions in a hassle-free manner and attract clients. Therefore, make sure you are really passionate about doing this job.
2. Make a list of names and phone numbers of places and/or people you might need to contact in case of an emergency at your travel destination or at your home. This may include your home security company phone number and/or a neighbor who is keeping an eye on your home while you are gone. If you board your pets don't forget to list these phone numbers. Youll also want to include close relatives or someone to be contacted in case something happens to you or your family while on the trip. These phone numbers may be valuable if you are delayed returning home. This list can be put in a separate sleeve protector or on the back side of the one above if there is room.
The last part of the interview is the most important part. Ask the client to lay out their expectations for YOU as their wedding planner. Find out their pain. Ask them why they think they need/want a wedding planner. Write these things down during the interview. Then address each concern and show them how you can solve all of those things for them. They will be delighted and anxious to have you solve their PAIN. You are the answer to the problem. They have suddenly fallen in love with you!
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