Getting the Most Out of This Site - Learn About Event Planning

Getting the Most Out of This Site

EventPlanning.com focuses on teaching visitors how to become event planners. From helping you understand the basics of what an event planner does, showing you step-by-step how to build your business, teaching you the ins-and-outs of putting on events and working with vendors, all the way up to getting your first clients.

This page is intended to help you navigate the wealth of information on this site and get you going down the right path.

We have organized links below to content that you may find the most helpful.

Become An Event Planner

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Own a Business?

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5 Comments Leave a comment

  1. Sarah Lopes

    So glad you made this page. Very organized and helpful!

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  2. jason lewis

    I’m trying to start a planning biz and these are great. I just spent the last hour reading and will come back tmrw.

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  3. Chrissy

    I’m debating going to college for event planning or taking a certification course. Any advice?

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    • Rose

      This really depends on where you are in life, if you already have a college degree and how certain you are that event planning is for you. If you are in high school then going to college and taking courses in event planning is a great idea. If you are not in high school then start with a basic at-home course to first make sure you love the planning industry enough to pursue it. After you know that you love it, then start volunteering at different events and build your portfolio. As you’re doing that, you can decide if you should get certified but for now there are many things you can do to further your career without jumping into a certification program.

      The course on this site is pretty good. I went through it and it was really helpful.

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  4. Dina Lewis Events

    wow very cool resources. one of the best sites for articles about planning.

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