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Running a wedding venue can come with huge challenges as you try to craft an incredible and professional experience for your clients. It’s your job to ensure that the happy couple gets all they need to have a flawless experience on their special day at your venue. One way to help with that is to […]
There are so many benefits to serving couples, whether they book with you or not, in this way because it is a form of lead-capturing. Your venue may not be the best fit for every couple that walks through your doors or lands on your website for various reasons – maybe you are outside of […]
Hey there, friends! In my last article, I talked about starting a wedding venue with little to no money, which is the number one question I get from people. I’m constantly asked, “How do I start? How do I get a loan? What if I don’t have any capital?” So many people feel lost when […]
“Lindsay, how do I start a wedding venue if I don’t have any money?” This is the number one question I get! When I first announced The Venue Podcast on Instagram, I had multiple people commenting on the post asking me the same thing: How do I start a wedding venue with little to no […]
When it comes to your wedding and events venue, follow-up is a major key to turning those inquiries and tours into actual paying customers who book with your venue. There is a way to make the follow-up process efficient and relatively low stress, and it’s called automation. We are going to go over the follow-up […]
If you have paid attention to any mainstream media news outlet, you may have noticed the last 12-18 months have seemed bleak for small businesses. I don’t agree with their fear mongering and while I personally like to err on the glass-half-full side of things, there was a very brief moment where I wavered and […]