TOP 7 REASONS TO BE NICER TO YOUR EVENT VENDORS
Your event vendors are everything to a party. You need to have the very best to make your event a huge success. Having a bad relationship with a vendor can ruin your event in a matter of minutes. Here are our top 7 reasons to be nicer to your event vendors.
THE FIRST REASON
They can make or break you. If you disrespect your supplier, they will not only work for you, but they will tell everyone about you. You will end up losing your business or reputation based on the fact that you weren’t working for them.
THE SECOND REASON
Your guests will become accustomed to a certain standard. When you lose your vendors, your client and guests will notice. If you aren’t finding better vendors to replace the older ones, you may end up losing your good reputation and have a fall from grace. You will notice that people will begin talking about you and you will feel ruined and be on the defense every time. Your vendors not only make the party, but they have a direct effect on your reputation and pull.
THE THIRD REASON
Sometimes they offer you things that you wouldn’t usually get. They will begin to give you a better quality of things and show you outstanding results. You will be able to lean on them for anything. With that said comes the fourth reason.
THE FOURTH REASON
Benefit from having a solid and stable relationship. You can begin to lean on them. Plus, you can start to plan a party within a week or two, and they are willing to cancel any other contract to please you. If they overbook, they are more likely to choose you over the other. You begin to have a loyal relationship with them, and they are more willing to go out of their way for you.
THE FIFTH REASON
They have loyalty and trust in you. Vendors may end up giving you or your clients extensions to pay the balance off. They will open a credit account with you so that you don’t have to worry about quickly transferring the money. They will give you a payment plan that they only offer to those with who they have had long-term connections.