Types of Customers for Events

01/04/2021 2 By indiafreenotes

Categories of Events

  • Political Events
  • Religious Events
  • Everyday Life”
  • Social Events; Weddings, Anniversaries, Death, Communions, etc.
  • Entertainment Events
  • Awareness Events
  • Crafts and Creativity
  • Sports Events
  • Educative/Academic Events at colleges
  • Corporate Events
  • International Events
  • Promotional Events

The Excitable Client

Everything you say is exciting to this client. They will enthuse, wax lyrical, delight in the details as you share your plans for their event. Feed off their energy and make it your aim to get attendees as excited as they are about the event.

The Demanding Client

They know what they want and they expect to get it. Forthright, blunt to the point of rudeness, the demanding client will make requests and expect you to jump. They tend to have a singular vision and be set upon it. With no respect for processes and protocol, they will interfere with your planning, contact you at all hours and not let up until they are wholly satisfied.

The Bargain Hunter Client

Budget-conscious and with a penchant for bargaining, this client will pinch every penny. Be prepared for them to encourage you to slash costs, cut deals, throw in extras in order to keep them happy. Dealing with a Del Boy can be disheartening: it’s all too easy to feel that they are undervaluing your skills and the effort you put in. However, stick to your guns and believe in your abilities.

The Grumpy Client

Nothing is quite good enough for this client. They are constantly moody and unenthused, even when you pull something spectacular out of the bag. Expect constant grumbles, occasional tuts, and a frown that never turns upside down.  Never fear though, beneath that tough exterior is a big softy.

The Impatient Client

With apparently no concept of how long things take and the pressures you are under, the impatient client wants things done NOW. You will be expected to drop everything to accommodate their requests.