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Let's face it, planning a company event is a big undertaking and it takes up a lot of time (probably double what your thinking).  

I'm sure you have so many creative ideas and can't wait to get started, but where do you start?

OR, here's another situation.

You're freaking out because your boss told you to "just throw together a party" on top of your already MASSIVE workload. Again where do you start?

Well your in the right place.  DIYEvent.info gives event ideas and how to do them, but mainly we provide step-by-step Event Planning Guides to help you create and execute a successful corporate event. Most importantly we cut out the extra fluff you really don't need; pared down to 30-50 page eGuides with downloads of editable documents to keep you organized (no reason to start from scratch).

What about the questions you don't know to ask? We got you

Checklist?  Got that too. #WeLoveChecklist

Is DIY Event Planning your thing? Scroll down for more info

are you READY TO HOST AN EVENT? not sure?

Click here for important questions to figure out if your ready to be a DIY Event Planner.

 
 
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PLANNING YOUR COMPANY’S HOLIDAY PARTY?

It’s the time of year when companies show their most valued internal client (AKA employees) how much they appreciate their work. So let’s not make it the most dreaded “Reward” of the year and create a killer event that everyone will be talking about well into 2019.

THE REVISED eGUIDE IS NOW AVAILABLE!!

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"It made me aware of a lot of the details that go into planning an event that I had never even considered. More importantly, it lays out a clear process for making sure that all of those details are accounted for."

— Erik M.

 
 
 7 EASY STEPS TO PLAN A GRAND OPENING

7 EASY STEPS TO PLAN A GRAND OPENING

 6 EASY STEPS TO PLAN A COMPANY HOLIDAY PARTY

6 EASY STEPS TO PLAN A COMPANY HOLIDAY PARTY

 7 EASY STEPS TO PLAN A LAUNCH PARTY

7 EASY STEPS TO PLAN A LAUNCH PARTY

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are these for you?

Buy these eGuides if you:

  • have tons of time on your hands…just kidding who has tons of time

  • have a HUGE amount of stress because The Boss assigned this task and you don’t know where to start

  • have already started planning the event and #LOVEIT, but want reassurance you’re on the right path

  • have no budget to hire an event planner (Planners can cost between $50 - $200+ per hour and probably a MINIMUM of $1,000 for only day of event coordination)

DON'T buy these eGuides if you:

  • think buying this eGuide means you won't have to spend a lot of time planning the event (depending on how large of a production, expect to spend 50-100+ hours)

  • have a simple program at a restaurant/hotel or only need to hire a caterer to your location (their staff can take care of you)

  • are not sure if you should host an event OR have a very small budget (i.e. $1,000 for 100 guests with expectations of full meal, beverage, entertainment and decor...that won’t cut it). Want to know if your ready to host an event? CLICK HERE

  • have NO time to plan and have a large budget...this is where you hire an event planner to take care of the project and we know the perfect planner - KimRugglesEvents.com


About

Over the years Kim Ruggles Events came across many potential clients that wanted to hire an event planner but had no idea the cost and time an event required.  Let's just say it was an educational moment. Kim Ruggles Events still wanted to help and be a resource, it just took a bit to figure out how to do just that.

DIYEvent.info was created to help companies that want to create that amazing grand opening event to the community, or launch a new service to their clients and prospective clients, or simply entertain their most important clients or internal clients (the employees). 

You want to surprise & delight event guests, it's important to you. Check out the monthly blog to get unique event ideas and how to DIY.

There might not be a large budget to hire an event planner, but "the show must go on."