Kaleigh Wiese. Meldeen.com. How to find creative inspiration. Using other industries for creative inspiration. Alternative materials for wedding invitations. What to consider in your printed marketing materials.
Jewel Georgieff. JewelGeorgieff.com. How she got featured in Brazil's most popular magazine. Finding your life's purpose. Working with raw space.
Bill Vahrenkamp. AlberTexPhoto.com. How to know a good photo booth company. Good photo booth lighting and back up equipment. Dealing with client and venue fails.
Andrea Eppolito. AndreaEppolitoEvents.com. "Millionaire Matchmaker". Selling to and serving the top 1% of the wedding budget market. Identifying the motivation of the client in regard to their budget. How to strengthen your branding.
Brian Leahy. BrianLeahyPhoto.com. How to get destination weddings. How to use Instagram smarter.
Terrica Skaggs. CocktailsDetails.com. How to use a great questionnaire to qualify and educate potential clients. Offer two quotes: what you think they need or what they can get with their budget.
Hunter Lowder. HolmanRanch.com. How to sell a big venue. Using FAQ to filter potential clients. How to handle sale objections by educating the client. Using venue rules to your advantage.
Wendy Rivera. DoYouSpeakBride.com. Don't accidentally embarrass or offend the bride. How to add on and increase the sale. How to not give refunds but always take care of the client.
Doug Dunks. OfficiantDoug.com. Using Google Business. Putting keywords at bottom of web page. Dealing with "oops" situations. How to handle when you are blamed but it's not your fault.
Keith Kokoruz. keithchristopher.com. How to have a great bridal show booth. Best floor plan. What to say to the bride in ten seconds. Best way to follow up.
Andreas Hauke. hauke.co.za. weddingfriends.co.za. Giving to create a strong networking referral base. Expanding a wedding business into the corporate market.
George Zimmer. GenerationTux.com. Former founder and CEO of Men's Wearhouse for 40 years. Transitioning from brick & mortar to online business. Today's marketing expenditures immediate evaluation.
Eddie Babbage. TimelineGenius.com. Using advanced technology to streamline the wedding timeline process. Use code: clint17 when buying your ticket to Wedding MBA and receive a $20 discount.
CeCe Todd. CeCeDesignsLLC.com. Using Facebook Live to grow your business. Letting potential clients watch you work. Show why your fees are valid.
Jennifer Trotter. LipServiceMakeup.com Being good at your craft is the baseline. How you interact with the client and handle challenges is the best selling tool. Unique marketing starts with being true to yourself.
Sarah Ancalmo. SarahAncalmo.com. Public-Persona.com. How to find your cohesive campaign. Be who you are. Be consistent in all facets of your story. Finding your voice.
Sonny Ganguly. WeddingWire.com How Wedding Wire works. Should you include video in your marketing? Tracking client online interactions. Wedding Wire data analysis.
Kira Hug. KiraHug.com. How to create the best online presence. Do your homework! Learn the language of your target client. Learn everything about the target client of your favorite wed pro.
Meghan Ely, OFDConsulting.com. How to get published. How to get the attention of media producers. Blogging correctly helps your SEO. Do a weekly wedding news meeting to find great stories for your company.
Clint Hufft interviewed by guest host Rob Schenk. ReverendClint.com, ProMasterOfCeremonies.com. Psychology behind running a business. How to have much better personal interactions. Analyze the results, not just follow the rhetoric.
Andy Ebon. AndyEbon.com. Best web sites. Call to action! Effective Facebook ad strategy. The power of blogging. Become a good writer by writing often.
Rob Ferre. RobFerre.com. Are you stuck in the same hallways? Growing your business through service. Chipping in when necessary. Hiring a friend.
Ken Rochon. TheUmbrellaSyndicate.com. The give to get principle. Is your social media effective? How to hire the right millennial. Documenting your professional progress to get more business.
Sasha Souza. SashaSouza.com. Innovation isn't imitation. Finding inspiration and creating your own version. You hire Sasha you hire her team. Difference between a theme and a common thread.