How to Get People Through the Door at Your First Event


Try to find a way to set your particular event apart.


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In this video, Entrepreneur Network partner Salma Jafri talks with Jeremy Vest, the founder of Video Marketing World, about hosting your first event. First, Vest suggests keeping an event simple and small. It can look better when you are able to sell out an event versus having a big number of tickets left over.

Moreover, when choosing venues and negotiating with the people over price, consider having a middle man to help you out. To nab the best deal without worrying about every penny, finding someone to negotiate for the space can be extremely helpful.

And the main challenge that comes up for Vest? It often comes down to getting the word out. A good way to create some interest around your event is focusing on differentiating your particular event from others.

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