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Five Tips For Making The Most Of Wedding MBA

It’s the final countdown to Wedding MBA and we are looking forward to connecting with you while sharing all of the great things Timeline Genius has to offer. We’re finalizing task lists and busting out our most comfortable footwear, but before we head out, here are a few tips to make the most of the conference.

Stop By Our Booth!

We love meeting our Timeline Genius community members, so definitely stop by booth #2431C and say hello. Be sure to grab a bunch of special referral cards to hand out during the conference! For every referral of a paid annual subscription, you will receive two free months on your account!

Check out our Floor Talk!

Our CEO Eddie Babbage will be presenting a Floor Talk on 11/6 at 1p.m.  He’ll be sharing some expert tips and tools for saving hours on your timelines!  Be sure to stop by and say hello!

Connect with the speakers as much as possible.

One of the best parts of Wedding MBA is the list of incredible speakers!  After each session, many speakers hang out to answer questions.  Introduce yourself and take some time to get answers to your questions.

Have a plan.

Take a moment to identify the speakers, vendors, venues and peers that you want to make sure to meet. Map out your time so that you can fit it all in!  Bring business cards to pass out, and a business card holder to collect cards from other people.

Network!

Get to know other wedding professionals who can expand your network, share best practices, and help you build your knowledge and skills.

Remember, the key to a strong connection is listening. Don’t be afraid to ask questions and share a genuine interest in the person you are connecting with.

Bonus tip: Check out our Vendor Relationship Guide for more advice on forging new connections.

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See you soon!

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

I'm the Founder and CEO of Timeline Genius. My mission is to make it painless and easy for wedding planners to create awesome timelines.

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