Courtney Wolf and Julie Bunkley from Invision Events, Alabama. Invevents.com. Quick, easy, and effortless steps to enhance your margin and client experience. How industry hot topics can better your bottom line. Develop your style.
Mike Walter. EliteEntertainment.com. How to connect with millennials. Millennials that work with you. Millennials as clients. How do they prefer to communicate? How do they prefer to pay? What social media platform is most effective?
Lindsey Conklin. LaReveFilms.com. Should you create a sub-business at a lower price point? Should that sub-business be under your current business umbrella or completely separate?
Marla Diann. MarlaDiann.com. A former Hollywood publicist now coaches wedding professionals. What is your relationship with money? How to qualify clients with direct conversation.
Angela Proffitt. AngelaProffitt.com. How to add technology to your wedding business. Should you use a bot? What questions should you anticipate? Where do you direct the responses?
Angela Proffitt. AngelaProffitt.com. Business Unveiled Podcast. How to best communicate by recognizing the emotional state of the other person. When to accept responsibility for a mishap and not throw a fellow professional under the bus.
Richard Cranston. RochesterDJ.com. How to learn how your potential client interacts: hearing, seeing, tactile. How to "sweep" concerns off the table. Determine your ideal client to focus your marketing.
Meghan Ely. OFDConsulting.com. OFDCollective.com. WeddingIndustrySpeakers.com. Wedding professional PR. You may need to hire help or get a professional reality check.
Kellie Daab. KellieDaab.com. WeddingIndustryEducation.com. How to choose the right technology system for your business. Doing a self audit. How do you think and work?
Brian Lawrence. BrianLawrence.com. Interns. How to find, recruit and train good interns. How the relationship with interns must be reciprocal. Internships.com
Donna Anello. DonnaAnelloSignatureEvents.com. New Jersey Wedding Guide. How to handle it when something goes wrong that's not your fault. How to prepare the client for Plan B.
Dana Kadwell and Courtney Hopper. TheBradfordNC.com From event planners to venue owner/operators. Booking events that compliment the venue's brand. Healthy competition with other venues for growth, inspiration and innovation.
Jennifer Gilman. FlourishAnd.co. Jennifer Gilman on LinkedIn. Master Photographer shows you how to take great photos on your cell phone. Don't do too much. Use Snapseed and Google Photos.
Jason Jani, SCEEventGroup.com. How keeping up with the evolution of social media is critical to the growth of your marketing campaign.
JoAnn Moore. JoAnnMooreWeddings.com. How to handle an event emergency. How to plan ahead. How to ask the right questions to the venue staff. How to work with first responders.
Adam Straney. TheMasterOfCeremony.com.au. Australian Celebrant. Personalizing every wedding ceremony. How to make social media work using "Content is King". How "going live" will impact your business.
Alan Berg. AlanBerg.com. Shut up and sell more. Giving the potential client an emotional experience. Selling from the top down. Ask the soft question to continue the conversation.
Shannon Underwood. WeddingMBA.com. Shannon oversees the content, speakers and expo for the Wedding MBA conference. Looking back at the 2018 conference. How to audition as a speaker. How content is chosen. The best expo booths.
Brian Buonassissi. DJBrianBOfficial.com. BBoyProductions.com. How to move into the luxury market. DJ gear! Roland BA-330 Battery powered speakers. Vibo.io music organizing software. HoerBoard.com DJ furniture.
Heather Benge. HeatherBenge.com. Style Shoots Across America. How to get bigger budget weddings with style shoots. How to get out-of-the-box inspiration for "fixer upper" wedding sites.
Meghan Brown. TwoBrightLights.com. How to get your images and story published. Have many different dimensions to the same image. How to find the right media outlets for your content.
Peter Boruchowitz. OurWeddingOfficiantNYC.com. Using extensive data to choose your marketing expenses. Building a business model around destination weddings. Instead of tier pricing offer escalating packages adding other wedding professionals.
Susan Southerland. Susansoutherland.com. JustEventsGroup.com. Inc. magazine top 5000. When to fire your clients. What words are red flags in the first meeting. Adding the Pain Tax when you know the client will demand more time and effort.
Ashley Backs. HelloLovelyKC.com. BECAUSE YOU'RE WORTH IT: Price Lists For Wedding Hair and Makeup - Bridal package minimums. Group rates and discounts. Price list overhaul