wedding industry

Tony Conway - Founder & CEO - Legendary Events

Tony Conway - Founder & CEO - Legendary Events

Takeaway #1

Tony shares that his company is all about being different each time & making it better & better & better. So much so that he dines out 5 nights per week. So he can try new food, get the vibe of a different place.

Takeaway #2

Referral marketing is his number one way of marketing. And he doesn't do it by blasting his companies name all over everything in the building. He has found that if a potential client has a great experience - they will seek out his company.

Takeaway #3

And finally questions. Are you asking your clients good questions? Write down 5 or 6 really really good questions that you can ask your clients to get to know them a little better. Tony shares some of his favorite questions with us. So grab a pen and paper and get ready for this interview.. Oh, and did I forget to mention he share marketing and branding tips on booking celebs like Opera Winfrey. This is going to be good!

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Drinks Before The Ceremony and Partial Seating Discussion with Steven Dickson

Steven Dickson - Private Events Manager - Atlanta History Center

  • Working in the wedding industry can be one of the most fulfilling jobs out there.     
  • Steven has no shame in telling you why he doesn't like partial seating. 
  • Trading services can be an economical and efficient way of marketing. 

Katie Huebel Asks Will You Like Your Wedding 20 Years From Now?

Katie V. Huebel  - Owner & Founder  - WED

An amazing interview Katie Huebel, the owner and founder of WED, an event design firm in Charleston, South Carolina.

  •  Katie shares with me the difference between a wedding planner and an event designer.
  • Branding is important - and the name of your company can paint you in a corner.    
  • Tips for brides - Try to think through your design concept 20 years from now. What you like to see in your photo album 20 years from now.