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event industry associations ultimate guide

Ultimate Guide to Event Industry Associations and Trade Shows

Get involved with the event industry’s vast network with two key networking opportunities: event associations and trade shows. Learn where to start with these helpful tips.

Where to Buy Event Inventory: Top 7 Places to Purchase Rental Items

Event professionals can be tight-lipped about where they source their inventory, but this blog is a great starting point.

Before & After: Event Website Transformations

Event clients want websites to function like storefronts, showrooms, and warehouses — all wrapped in one. It may sound difficult, but it doesn’t have to be.

How to Become a Preferred Vendor of a Venue

Becoming a venue’s a preferred vendor opens doors to steadier income & new opportunities. But how does your business get its foot in the door?

Top 5 Standard Operating Procedures for Event Pros

SOPs are valuable for all of your processes, but some are more essential to event companies than others. Learn which they are, and why.

How to Talk Budget with Event Clients

Money talk can feel uncomfortable, but it’s vital for setting realistic expectations with clients. Rather than avoiding the topic, the best rule of thumb is transparency.

3 Ways Barcodes Limit Your Event Business

Event companies sometimes treat barcodes as a “necessary evil” for tracking inventory. But what if they aren’t actually necessary?

8 New Features Event Pros Love in Goodshuffle Pro

Goodshuffle Pro’s engineering team is constantly working to make our best-in-class event rental software even better. If you haven’t seen our software in a while, here are 8 New Features you should definitely be aware of.

4 Ways Entrepreneurs in the Events Industry Can Achieve Stability

As entrepreneurs in the events industry, learn to take control of your business with four ways to keep burnout at bay and achieve long-lasting stability.