Having and building good working relationships and connections that are reliable is good for a business. This network consists of public relations personnel, booking agents, advertising professionals, musical talents, venue managers and even other promoters.
Collaborate with other promoters in order to achieve the perfect event.
You may ask your clients to share contact details of people who might need your services, also get them to tell a friend about your business, even on social media. Create a blog and use it to get feedback.
Always remember that your website is your representative, so design one that will get people interested in your services, give proper details, highlighting the most important parts of the business.
As an events promoter, you should enjoy the social aspect of working with other competent individuals who understand the nature of their jobs. As a small business, your business depends so much on referrals, which means networking should be a priority.
When attending networking events only focus on a small number of contacts, that is so that you may be able to have a small number of people to follow up on. You should know who your target is even before you go to the event.
Your focus should be on listening and serving, be interest more than trying to be interesting. Also remember that first impressions last, look presentable, be on point so that anyone can give you the attention you need.
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