It’s been a crazy few months with the surprise of a global pandemic that lead to a complete hold of events around Sydney. Slowly things have improved and restrictions are easing, showing some light at the end of the tunnel.
So the question I have is, are events starting up again?
How will events change from now on, and how do we adapt?

I, as a DJ, have definitely seen some improvement with new leads coming through. The fact is, people have reasons to celebrate. Birthdays will forever be around, couples will want to share their ‘special day’ with loved ones and many are looking for new and unique ways of announcing to the world about their newest member to the family.

Our platform was initially designed to help suppliers gain new leads and get exposure in a cost-effective way and now seems like it could help more than ever.

Let’s quickly touch on the topic of money.
It’s obvious that times are tough, so many that are still celebrating are looking for cost-effective ways to do so. So the million-dollar question is, do we lower our price?
I’d like to get your answer to that question.

My thoughts. I would say that after the drought we’ve had, lowering the price to improve cash-flow is very tempting and not a bad idea, but still stand firm on the discount and don’t drop it further than you can. I love knowing that I could help out a client to suit their budget but I, and my client, need to understand that my service still has value.

To future party holders. While many have been able to work from home, most of these suppliers have hit a brick wall. Let’s be conscious of this when we book their services.

I’m currently in the process of organising my mother’s 60th birthday and excited to use a few of the indeed.sydney registered suppliers. I’ll be sure to let you know how that goes in a few weeks from now. I’ll give you a rundown of what restrictions we have to work with and definitely show you the amazing services of the suppliers we use

Are you currently organising an event?
Let me know your experience at the moment and most definitely reach out if you need a supplier.

I’m off to have breakfast.
Chris