The Special Event: Where Will Your Next Client Come From?

the special event

rhonda couchigian

Rhonda Couchigian, founder of Rayce PR and Marketing, will be speaking at The Special Event 2013 at Exhibit Hall in Chicago on January 18th from 11:00am – 12:30pm in a session titled: Where Will Your Next Client Come From? This is a question all business owners ask themselves and Rhonda will be there to answer this question and help with a plan of action. No matter where you are in your event planning career, new business is a top priority. Learn the most effective outlets for gaining new business, as well as tools for maintaining profitable relationships with past and present reoccurring clients. This course will discuss vendor relationships, referrals, and networking as a means for generating new business. To get new clients and new business, company owners, of course, have to be communicative. That can mean through a new event, or through the phone. If you’re looking through the phone, it’s likely you’ll be bombarded by calls, and this can be tricky to manage, especially if you’re the only one managing these calls. If you miss a call, this can look very unprofessional and potentially lose you a client. This is why many business owners use a telephone answering service that professionally answers calls for your company and can either take a message or forward them to you live. This phone answering service, as seen on https://yourvirtualofficelondon.co.uk/services/telephone-answering-service/, is terrific for searching for new clients, or for everyday business needs if your company is very involved with contacting others. New business is always a priority when expanding on your professional career, you want to be able to bring in new clients and gain revenue for your company, in doing this you will also be able to employee staff and give them a career with your company, you can then use payroll services such as Cloudpay to pay them and keep on top of any and all transactions out of your company.

Managing the financial side of your business is equally as important as bringing more clients in. However, some companies fail to effectively manage their time between clients and finances. When dealing with finances, taxes are extremely important and need to be filed promptly. San Francisco based companies can always search the internet for outsourced tax services san francisco if they don’t think they will have enough time to sort this themselves. It’s better to get someone else to file your taxes than to not file them at all! You don’t want up with a problem later down the line that could cost your business, instead the only thing that you really want to worry about is do you need any more poly pockets or something as simple as that. Stay on top of all your business needs, and any worries that you might have will be incredibly small.

Rhonda will break things down for you and show you where to start with your new business plan by starting with an evaluation of your contacts. You’ll also learn about how to gain, build and nurture your vendor relationships; referrals and referral programs and marketing tools that are proven to work. Click here to register for The Special Event!

By Rayce Public Relations and Social Media Marketing
(A Luxury Wedding and Special Events PR and Marketing Firm)

We believe in creative marketing and new business development with
a foundation deeply rooted in consistency. Great ideas mean little without
organized implementation and follow through. At Rayce PR and Marketing
we create, implement and succeed!

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A Luxury Wedding and Special Events PR and Marketing Firm. We believe in creative marketing and new business development with a foundation deeply rooted in consistency. Great ideas mean little without organized implementation and follow through. At Rayce PR and Marketing we create, implement and succeed! #LuxuryWeddingPR #VenueMarketing #WeddingFloristMarketing #WeddingMarketingAgency