Event planning continues to be a thriving business area for the motivated entrepreneur. This fourth edition includes updated ideas about creating business plans, balancing home and work, building a client base, and a more in-depth discussion on the role of social media in your event planning business.Unfortunately, expenses often occur on a routine basisathink of your costs for your telephone, vehicle, advertising, office supplies, ... Consider your fixed expenses like office and event equipment, dues and rent, and variable expenses such as electricity, car leases, travel, and education. ... You may also want to open up a few store or vendor accounts to begin to build credit relationships with suppliers.
|Title||:||How to Start a Home-Based Event Planning Business|
|Author||:||Jill S. Moran|
|Publisher||:||Rowman & Littlefield - 2015-07-02|