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Ecommerce: Why It Enhances Your Event Business

Wedding and special event clients are looking for every opportunity to creatively express their unique personalities through their wedding and event experiences. Let’s face it: if it isn’t Insta-worthy, did it really happen? Because of this, the range of business types in our industry has expanded to include some pretty out-of-the-box ventures. Nowadays, the bar… Read More »

Making Sense of the Conference Clutter with Michelle Loretta

From flat lay photography to business finance, there’s a conference, seminar or workshop for everything in this industry! This wasn’t the case when I started my stationery business in 2004. We didn’t even have resources to Google! It was daunting, to say the least. Now, the bigger challenge is finding the right conference. How do… Read More »

Workflow Woes to Avoid to Prep Your Process for the New Year

It’s officially that time of year when we get to take a deep breath after a crazy-busy event season (ahhh—how good does that feel?). While it can be tempting to check out during December (spiked eggnog, anyone?), using your downtime to prep your business for another busy planning season ahead is a great way to… Read More »

Booking New Clients: 6 Tips to Become Captain of the Close in 2019

As event pros, our downtime is few and far between, which is why using your off-season strategically is so important to your brand’s success. As this year comes to a close, it’s the perfect opportunity to touch on using your downtime to prepare your lead management process for the upcoming booking season (FYI, 80% of… Read More »

The Importance of Building Business Credit with Jake Lunduski, Credit Card Insider

As of 2016, The Small Business Administration found over 28.8 million active small businesses in the United States which, according to FitSmallBusiness.com, accounted for 99.7% of all US businesses. One area where multiple surveys confirm a rise in small business activity is right here in the wedding and events community. This shouldn’t be a surprise… Read More »

The Digital Shift in Managing our Dimes & Dollars: 3 Reasons Online Payments & Budgeting are Key to a Great Client Experience

From the dwindling number of checks written each year to the fact that a growing number of Millennials don’t know where to buy postage stamps (more on that shocker below), it’s no secret that clients today expect options to manage their wedding budget from behind a screen. In today’s Aisle Planner Pro Blog, we break… Read More »

Digit-All. The. Time: How Our Style Guides Help You Navigate the Continued Shift to Digital

  It’s no secret that paper communication is coming to a screeching halt. Not hating on your love of analog but you can probably get rid of that fax machine and rolodex if you haven’t already. With the continued digitization of nearly every industry, we’re seeing project communication moved off paper. Instead, information is managed… Read More »

Millennials Own the Aisle: The Gen Y Demand for Communication, Collaboration and Being Part of the Process

From the real-estate world to brick-and-mortar stores, it seems like everyone (no really, everyone) is focused on figuring out millennials—especially as it relates to their communication preferences and buying habits. So how, exactly, has the digital world shaped their expectations of everyday services and, more importantly, how can your brand meet these expectations? Not to… Read More »

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