With party and event planning being impacted over the past few months due to COVID-19, there have understandably been many questions by vendors on how to navigate it all. Our team at The Bash is here to answer your most commonly asked questions surrounding virtual performances, your membership, and booking/rescheduling events. Let's dive in!
Now is the time to work on your business and check off some of those to-dos that you may have had on your list for a while now. If it's not already, one of the boxes on your checklist should be to refresh your profile on The Bash. Set aside some time to ensure your profile makes the best first impression to any potential planners seeing it on The Bash.
Use these 6 tips for updating your profile.
Mike Slater is an experienced Elvis Impersonator and successful member of The Bash who has invaluable experience hosting virtual events. Mike specializes in performing for birthday celebrations, anniversaries, retirement parties, and more!
We caught up with him to see what advice he has for other vendors who are performing virtually and what he's doing to focus on his business right now. Check out the video and some highlights below!
DJ Ben is a successful DJ and longtime member of The Bash who is available for all types of events—weddings, anniversaries, birthdays, and now virtual celebrations!
We caught up with DJ Ben (virtually of course) to see what advice he has for his fellow DJs and others hosting virtual events right now. Check out the video and some of his key tips for virtual events below.
Communication with your current, past, and potential planners is more important than ever right now. As we navigate this uncharted territory together, we've come up with some key tips to keep in mind as you're communicating with these different groups of planners.