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  • 1. How  to  Start  a  Kids'  Party  Organizing  Business   Do  you  love  kids  and  par1es?  Are  you  super  at  organizing  and  do  you  have  a  great  eye  for   detail?  Are  you  enthusias1c  and  outgoing?  If  so,  then  a  kids'  party  organizing  business  may  be   the  right  business  vehicle  for  you.   Party  organizing  is  a  growing  trend.  Birthday  par1es  seem  to  be  geCng  more  and  more   elaborate  and  this  trend  doesn’t  seem  to  be  slowing  down.  Plus  people  are  geCng  more  and   more  1me  poor  but  they  don’t  stop  wan1ng  to  create  the  very  best  for  their  children.  You  could   be  the  answer  to  busy  parents’  prayers. A  kids'  party  organizer  will  help  plan  and  create  fun  and  unique  par1es  that  may  range  from  a   cowboy-­‐themed  barnyard  party  to  an  elaborate  party  in  a  castle  with  all  the  works.   How  Do  I  Get  Started? Firstly,  you’ll  want  to  ensure  that  your  personality  is  suited  to  this  business.  You’ll  need  to  be   crea1ve  as  well  organized  and  it  helps  to  be  completely  unflappable.  Having  an  outgoing   personality  will  also  help  a  great  deal.    Being  able    to  communicate  effec1vely  with  both  adults   and  children  is  a  must. The  next  step,  and  a  crucial  one  at  that,  is  to  decide  who  your  target  market  will  be.  Parents   willing  to  hire  a  party  organizing  service  will  likely  have  disposable  income  and  be  quite  happy   to  spend  it  on  their  children.    Make  sure  you’re  targe1ng  the  right  areas  of  town.   You’ll  also  want  to  be  clear  on  what  type  of  services  you’ll  provide.  Some  party  organizing   services  will  handle  everything  from  finding  the  right  theme,  to  seCng  up  and  organizing  the   party,  to  decora1ng  and  even  catering.   Offering  an  all-­‐in-­‐one  service  is  ideal  because  this  is  probably  what  your  customers  will  want  –   someone  to  plan  the  whole  thing  from  start  to  finish  without  too  many  complica1ons.     Write  a  list  of  what  services  you’ll  offer.  As  you  do  your  research,  you’ll  no1ce  the  list  may  be   endless  -­‐  from  providing  an  ice  cream  van  to  hot  air  balloons!  Of  course,  you  don’t  have  to  start   at  this  level  and  many  of  these  services  can  be  subcontracted  out.  However,  it’s  important  to   know  exactly  what  you  can  and  can’t  offer  customers  at  the  start.   What  about  the  Legali@es?
  • 2. You’ll  want  to  start  by  registering  your  business.  You  can  do  this  at  your  local  county  office  and   they  will  let  you  know  of  all  the  requirements  you  need  to  meet.  Depending  on  what  type  of   services  you  provide,  this  may  vary.   If  in  doubt,  contact  your  local  county  office  and  they  should  be  able  to  provide  you  with  all  the   details.   How  Do  I  Find  Customers? Start  off  small,  perhaps  with  a  small  ad  in  the  paper.  Is  there  a  no1ce  board  at  the  local  YMCA?   At    your  children’s  school?    A  magne1c  sign  on  your  car  with  your  company  logo  and   informa1on  is  another  good  op1on.  Do  you  have  a  local  library,  bakery  or  other  business  where   you  take  your  children?  Ask  if  you  can  leave  a  flyer  in  these  places. Once  you  get  your  first  few  clients,  the  main  way  of  genera1ng  business  is  through  word  of   mouth.  If  parents  aWending  the  party  see  and  like  what  you’ve  done,  they’ll  ask  for  your  details   and  before  you  know  it,  you’ll  have  a  full  client  list.  Word-­‐of-­‐mouth  marke1ng  is  extremely   important  in  this  type  of  business  so  you’ll  want  to  do  your  absolute  best  to  provide  a  great   service.   If  you  love  kids  and  par1es  and  are  highly  organized  and  outgoing,  this  may  be  a  fantas1c   business  idea  to  pursue.

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