4 Ways To Wow Your Influencers At Your Next Event

  1. Rachel Rice says:

    This is brilliant!!! I agree wholeheartedly that being sure not to skimp on things and “quality over quantity” is so important! There have been moments I wanted to skimp on things to save on money but that doesn’t help my brand aesthetic and it does not communicate the appropriate message to my clients. Besides, if I’m not willing to invest in myself, why would anyone else be willing to invest in me? The bold part is also so important, it’s so important to be memorable in a sea of lookalikes that exist in our industry! And follow up follow up follow up!!! The only vendors I refer are the ones who stay constantly in my peripheral. If I can’t say your full name and company name when prompted, you’r not in my immediate memory and I’m not likely to refer you as a vendor or a VIP in the industry! 

  2. Rachel Rice says:

    YES!!! The skimping part is so important. If you don’t value your business and express a certain level of quality why would you expect anyone else to? As for the being bold part, why would anyone invest in you if you aren’t willing to invest in yourself? Follow up is also SO important. if I can’t tell you someones name and business name when prompted, that means they aren’t memorable and aren’t someone that has done a good job in following up! 

  3. Ok those invitations were off-the-hook! (do people still say that haha?). Great tips all around. I don’t really do corporate events but these could also apply to anyone doing a styled shoot that will get the attention of the influencers, right?

  4. Lindsay says:

    These tips are all so helpful! I love the invitation that you shared, it’s so bold and makes a great statement!

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