One of the best things about my job is working with such wonderful, dedicated event professionals!
A lot of these people catch static for being hard to work with. As a general Rule, I totally disagree. About 98% of the venue managers I have worked with are not only reliable professionals, but they are also great resources for pleasing the guest. Knowing how to communicate with your venue manager is critical, and in most cases complaints about venue staff can be attributed to the vendor's misunderstanding of the event manager's language.
The perfect example is one of our Preferred Venues: The Palais Royale, 105 W Colfax Ave, South Bend, IN. Click Here for more information about the Palais Royale.
Wedding Vendors and Entertainers take note: you must learn how to communicate with your venue managers. Please come back soon for the forthcoming Blog on vendor professionalism! Preview this Blog below.
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Wedding Vendors and Entertainers take note: you must learn how to communicate with your venue managers. Please come back soon for the forthcoming Blog on vendor professionalism! When you first speak with venue staff, you must be exploratory. Instead of trying to find out how they are going to accommodate your needs, find out first what they need and expect from YOU! You already know you are going to work with what you have, within the space they provide.On the surface, anyone can do it, may have tried, and your venue manager has seen it all. Visit this Blog again soon for more information on this topic.