From: Wedding Palace Visitor
Response: It does no good to take a course if there is no local market for your services. Your first step needs to be researching your local market to determine whether there is a need for another coordinator. If there is, did you find a niche market that you can exploit, such as becoming the coordinator of choice for a resort or another popular location; helping the bride on a budget as opposed to the bride with unlimited income. Once you know that a market exists, then begin seeking training, either on the job or through a correspondence course. Be aware that if you obtain employment with another coordinator you will probably have to sign a non-compete agreement, which will prevent you from opening a competing business in the same area or for a number of years.
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