Let's start off by taking a test. See if these are areas that you have considered.
1. Who will be your
Take a look at your geographical area and determine the following:
The initial cost of starting a business can be conservative, depending on what types of services you plan to offer. If one could first start as a home-based business, the overhead costs reduce tremendously. Perhaps offer to meet at the client's house or other venue. First impression is important, so professionalism is a must.
You'll need to decide if you want to start small by offering coordinating services for receptions and dinners, corporate events, home weddings only, showers and such. Or, if you're wanting to offer a wide range of multi-event type services, are you prepared to dive into the whole agenda? Some might start small, gain resources, help staff and financial stability. There are many, many areas of this hospitality field. You may already know what is your favorite.
Look at the 'big picture' first and then (as a planner would), concentrate on the details. Take an inventory of your personal assets and your business assets. Take stock in the catering type items you have in your possession, people around you that would assist and your ability to personalize any type of event for any client. If you're reading this, your sub-conscience has already told you that you are ready for change AND action!
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July 24, 2014