Most professional wedding planners have the knowledge and expertise to be successful corporate event planners, but how do they successfully convey that in a proposal? Come engage with us in this event planner’s “brainery” to learn the what you need to know (and do) to get noticed above everyone else.
During this class, you will come to understand the requests listed on an RFP for meeting planning and special event planning. You will also hear how to break down your proposal into key sections; how to convey your pricing; and how to showcase your experience and expertise. Participants will discuss lessons learned and tactics for going after that big corporate contract.
When you are finished, you’ll be able to implement everything you’ve learned to go after those 5-figure and 6-figure contracts. Check out the link below to register now. To maximize your experience, we intend to keep this “brainery” intimate to a maximum of 10 participants, so it’s on pace to sell out.
Monday, February 19, 2024
6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Eastern.
About your Professional Wedding Expert: Kawania Wooten is an innovative wedding planning expert who excels at wedding planning, event design, and project management. As the owner of Howerton+Wooten Events and the Enlightened Creative, Kawania was challenged with the expansive task of creating high-caliber events, galas, and unique special events. Using her strength in event design, contract negotiations, logistics management, budget management, and strategic marketing, she was able to energize her clients and make considerable enhancements to the overall guest experience. Kawania has authored numerous event industry articles and books, and she has been featured in “Refinery 29,” “InStyle,” “Martha Stewart Weddings,” “ESSENCE” magazine, “WASHINGTONIAN Weddings,” “Baltimore Weddings,” and numerous other event planning and lifestyle magazines and blogs.
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