An Event Planner can work from almost anywhere if you have a laptop, internet and mobile phone.
Most important are your personality and event management skills.
This post is designed to be the ultimate event planning startup kit, for anyone wanting to start their own event management company.
These are the chapters you will explore: Perhaps you are currently employed but want to test the water by starting to develop your own client base and run your own events for people?
You can design the space based on your work preferences.
Perhaps you want to use a room with a view or perhaps staring at a brick wall would be better for your concentration.
Set up a specific workspace which can be your dedicated work area.
Ideally have a room that you can close the door on at the end of the day, rather than being reminded about the mounds of paperwork on your desk and hearing the phone ring after hours!
You can even put this on your website to attract the right type of clients.
After I set up my first events business, I had a hard time selling it to people because my 30-second pitch wasn’t refined.