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Looking for vendors is so much more than simply going to Google and looking up things like secretary, photographer, DJ, picture booth, etc.. The vendor must fit your personality to have a cohesive understanding. I have always tried to educate our clientele or view clients on the best way to ask and look for in a seller.Among the first things I tell them is, ask the seller if they are insured and bonded. Its simple, the very last thing you need to worry about is when a vendor damages something at the venue, you do not wish to be the one which has to pay to cover the damages. A vendor should always carry liability insurance to protect the cleint, and themselves. When a vendor tells you that they do have insurance ask them for their limits of policy and if you book with them will they supply you with a copy of the coverage. Should they refuse to do so, then I would recommend continuing on to a new seller.Next, I always tell the customer to examine the sellers website, social media, and reviews. Sites and social media, are a terrific place to be sure exactly what the seller offers is a match for you. It is also a great way to see the sort of work they’ve done. Reviews are somewhat tricky, just because somebody could just have a bad day and leave a terrible review. Its a good point to attempt to reach out into the individual who leaves a bad inspection and ask them what exactly occurred and when the company did anything to cure the issue in a timely way. Then ask somebody who left a fantastic review as to the reason they left a fantastic review. Always get both good and bad.NextI let the client know its always good to ask the vendor if they are in a position to meet your requirements in the moment you will need everything. Occasionally we’re planning for things and the time frame is too short and the very last thing you want is a vendor who cannot provide the services you’re interested in in a short amount of time.At length, price. Price is a major element in any decision we make on a daily basis. It’s OK to ask the vendor whty they charge this price over another vendor who charges a lesser fee. Every vendor has their motive for what they charge, but you ought to ask them and comprehend. Take me for example, there are other compettitors in my marketplace that cost less for several services that I offer and I’m OK with that. I understand the value of the work I put in to make your experience unforgettable is well worth every penny. Cheap is not quality work and superior work isn’t affordable.Remember, do not be afraid to ask questions. A reputable seller will always take the time to answer all your queries.