Don’t get your heart set on one before checking the U. Patent and Trademark Office’s online database (uspto.gov) to see if any of your names are already in use.
In addition, you should search the Internet to see if anyone has already registered domains with any of your company's proposed names.
If you prefer working alone in a non-collaborative, yet organized environment, then you may want to reconsider this career move.
Finally, if on-the-spot creative thinking is not your strong suit, then your ambitions might be a better fit elsewhere.
Would trust your only car to an uncertified, tentative mechanic to replace its engine?
If not, then why should someone trust you with their events if you have no professional experience or certifications of your own?
Kristie Lorette started writing professionally in 1996.
She earned her Bachelor of Science degree in marketing and multinational business from Florida State University and a Master of Business Administration from Nova Southeastern University.
But my entire writing career was not without its steps, lessons, and hurdles. There are steps you have to follow, lessons you must learn, and planning that must be done in order to make your new business idea a reality.
I’ve composed a nine-step list on how to start your very own event planning business, from ideation to execution.