From musicians to clowns, to comedy clubs to weddings, an event or entertainment company specializes in supplying the staging of an event for everything from birthday parties to company retreats. While most companies will specialize or focus in one particular type of function, it’s also possible to employ a wide range of people with different skills to meet a variety of needs.

Event planning is the art (and sometimes science) of event ideation, planning, coordination and operation. When a big, important event needs to go smoothly, it’s time to call an event planning service or coordinator. Event planners are key service providers who can ensure event production and execution happens smoothly. They perform these duties for trade shows, senior events, nonprofit galas and much more.

If you have a passion for coordinating things and want to make money at the same time, register for this workshop!


Pay Now or Apply For Financing. Average monthly payments are $99. *Payments may be more or less depending on personal credit. Credit scores of 560+ have high approval chances. 

7-Day Workshop Activities

Day 1: Getting Started

• Is Being An Entrepreneur For You?
• Why Small Businesses Fail
• What Are The Similarities of Successful Entrepreneurs?
• Accessing Your Skills, Education, and Experience
• Finding a Niche
• Buying a Business
• Buying a Franchise
• Types of Business Organizations
• Regulations To Check Out
• Protecting Your Ideas

Day 2 & 3: Start My Business

• How To Start & Run Your Business
• Business Setup (DONE FOR YOU)

Day 4: Run My Business

• Product/Service Basics
• Trademark & Copyrighting
• Business Plan Outline
• Your Office Space: To Lease or Not?
• Tax Information
• Business Insurance
• Employer Considerations
• Finding Employees

Day 5: Fund My Business

• Finding The Money You Need
• How to Write a Loan Proposal
• How Will Your Loan Request Be Reviewed?
• SBA Loan Programs
• Government Contracting Assistance
• The Surety Bond Guarantee Program
• The Small Business Innovation
• Research Program (SBIR)
• Disaster Assistance
• Local Sources Of Assistance
• Funding Account Setup (DONE FOR YOU)

Day 6: Market My Business

• Marketing Basics
• Marketing Research
• Competitive Analysis
• Marketing Plan
• Advertising and PR
• The Advertising Campaign
• Fifteen Ideas For Promoting Your Company
• Twelve High-Impact Marketing Programs
• Target Market
• Marketing Account Setup (DONE FOR YOU)

Day 7: Software & Vendors

• Agilis Business Management & CRM
• Software Training
• Chat
• Calendar
• Database
• Pipelines
• Phones
• Payments
• Flows
• Tracks
• Vendor Lists Provided

***Day 1 starts on a Monday.

***Workshop times available 8am, 10am, 12pm, 2pm, 4pm, 6pm, & 8pm EST.