Client Events for Anyone
How do we plan a client appreciation event that keeps everyone happy? Simple - we don't! What we need to find is the sweet spot that appeals to the most people.
When I started planning a client appreciation event, my first step was to classify my past clients. I had groups of families, couples, single professionals, seniors, and more. Then, I tried to think of something that would appeal to all generations. Watch the video for some of my most successful ideas—and my least successful event idea—and the keys to creating a winning past-client event that lots of your past clients will love to attend year after year.
Need help with getting the word out? Or maybe your event needs some specialty design work. Event RSVP postcards, flyers, menus, favor-bag stickers, banners—you name it, our design team can make it. Best of all, you can use the same tools year-after-year for a smooth-running event.
If the last few years have been a roller coaster, you need this class to refocus on the activities that will bring you more business, help you get better-connected to your clients, and develop a strategy that takes advantage of your strengths and opportunities. Come to Stop Making Excuses, Start Making More Money this October 24-25 or December 5-6 at the Lynnwood Convention Center for a two-day workshop with me, coach Denise Lones, and learn what action you need to take to create a steadier business in the years ahead.
By Denise Lones CSP, M.I.R.M., CDEI - The founding partner of The Lones Group, Denise Lones, brings nearly three decades of experience in the real estate industry. With agent/broker coaching, expertise in branding, lead generation, strategic marketing, business analysis, new home project planning, product development, Denise is nationally recognized as the source for all things real estate. With a passion for improvement, Denise has helped thousands of real estate agents, brokers, and managers build their business to unprecedented levels of success, while helping them maintain balance and quality of life.