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The most critical procedure in securing event sponsorships is the communication between you and whoever you want to propose the idea to. Meetings and phone calls with the prospects and listening to th [...]
What do sponsors really expect? After realizing there is a lot of money in sponsorships, it makes sense to find out exactly what sponsors are really looking for. The fact is, sponsorship dollars are [...]
May the new year bring new happiness, new goals, new achievements and a lot of new inspirations in your life. 2017 was a great year for us thanks to our many loyal clients. We thank you for your support. We're proud to be known as the go-to booking agency for new and first time promoters and event planners. [spacer] In this business, knowledge (and experience) is power. The more you know, the greater your chances of success. We pledge to continue our effort to supply you with not only the hottest available talent but with the resources, tips, and ideas to help you grow as a professional. In this post you'll find some very interesting and useful articles, designed to enlighten promoters and event planners of all levels. [spacer] [articlequote]For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future. Jeremiah 29:11 😀[/articlequote] [spacer] The following is a list of concert promotion and event planning related links. We guarantee you'll discover a nugget or two of information that can help you in the new year.
The following industry links are listed as a courtesy to our website visitors. In case you missed it. Here are some of the top event professional links and resources from our last newsletter.
Many experts are reporting that the US economy is weak. Some have even suggested that we are in a recession which could have a ripple effect around the world. However, it has always been my opinion that no matter how tight consumers get with their hard-earned dollars, they still need to be entertained. I'm not talking about playing video or card games with friends or family. And, watching a ballgame or the movie of the week on television isn’t exactly what I’m referring to either. I'm talking about putting on some nice clothes, getting out of the house for a few hours, and spending some money to see a local venue. So, I ask the question "is the concert promotions business recession proof?"
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