Proposals – Show the WOW

September 29, 2015 by Geoff Carlisle

We have clients that are always asking for us to send a proposal to them explaining what we have & what we are promising. Until recently, sending a proposal wasn’t a very polished email & certainly didn’t have any wow!

I’ve been searching for the perfect proposal software that would allow us to deliver wow while managing our offerings. I finally found it – Event Chit Chat!

Event Chit Chat (ECC) allows you to create any offering that you want. Let’s say you want to create a specific Wedding DJ Package. You can do that with descriptive words, cool photos & amazing videos. Now create an offering of Wedding Décor Lighting with the same support media.

Now when it’s time to send a proposal to a prospective bride, all you have to do is drag the specific offerings that you have into a new proposal. Adjust the price, details, etc. & email it to her within a couple of minutes. What she receives looks like a Pinterest Board with each photo representing your specific offerings. She clicks on a phot & it opens up to the details, photos & videos of the offering.

If she goes to her parent’s this weekend & wants to show them what entertainment company that she likes, all she has to do is open up her email & let them discover the wow!

If you are interested in the software just send me an email & I can send you an invitation to check it out?

Creating “Wow” is easier by proposing wow!


Geoff Carlisle Geoff Carlisle (18 Posts)

Geoff Carlisle has owned and operated JAMM Entertainment Services, Inc in the Birmingham, Alabama area for over 33 years. His company does over 400 events a year including Full Event Production, Energetic DJs, Photo Booths & Décor Lighting. They specialize in creating a custom design approach for each client and. Overall JAMM Entertainment Services will provide event services for a wide range of clients this year including Colleges, Schools, Weddings, Corporate & Non-Profit Organizations. Geoff is also special in the DJ industry as he was the co-presenter of the School dance seminar at the first Mobile Beat DJ Show and Conference in 1997, since then he has spoken at several other Mobile Beat DJ shows, & collaborated with many national entertainment company owners.

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