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Slogan For My Wedding And Event Planning Business
Posted by Anonymous on
8/15/2011 at 11:55 AM ET
My name is Judith Dardon and I'm setting up my business. It is called DAR EVENTS. I'll focus mainly in destination weddings, weddings, corporate and social events. My market is high-end. I want to provide a unique, innovative, reliable, classy and yet, affordable service. I want my clients to associate the SLOGAN I'm looking for with the type of service I want to offer.
Some of the ideas:
Take it to the next level...
Step beyond your expectations
...where your ideas take off
Thanks for any help!
8/15/2011 at 1:26 PM
I would like to mention as well what DAR stands for: Delectable, Affordable and Reliable events.
8/15/2011 at 4:59 PM
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My first thought if you are targeting high end it should be sophisticated To get ideas I would lookat magazines in your various categories which may help to cristilize your look and feel also if you have a look at
you can ask some clevert people there too for what you are after for literally $5 who could give you headlines slogans anything really plus all the copywriting you need and at that price you can afford to try some dofferent ones Food for thought Best wishes firstname.lastname@example.org
8/15/2011 at 6:19 PM
Thank you, Steve, for your comments. I've looked into magazines, though, I'm looking for something a bit different and innovative. I'll look into the website you sent.
8/15/2011 at 9:00 PM
What can you tell us about what makes you the "go-to" person for events? Where are you located? Since a wedding event is a very different client-communication from a corporate event, you're likely to be much better off focusing on a narrower niche of who you want to serve and how you can excel at helping them.
8/15/2011 at 9:26 PM
My business is in Halifax, NS, Canada. People here are gradually being influenced by a bigger city, such as Toronto. The market is growing when it comes to hire an event coordinator. I want to be seen as someone who brings something new and innovative to the table and at the same time affordable and sophisticated. I believe there is also a market for corporate. They all are doing the same thing. Why not having a convention in Cancun instead of White Point Beach (very small resort south of NS)?
However, you have a very good point in terms of narrowing my market.
8/16/2011 at 8:15 AM
How about "Champagne and Black Tie Memories"?
8/17/2011 at 12:03 AM
Creating moments to last a lifetime.
Creating occassions to go down in history.
Creating moments where nothing else matters.
Bringing fantasies to life.
Best of luck,
8/17/2011 at 7:09 AM
Thanks for all your suggestions!
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