1) Size: Is the company a one- or two-person operation? Hiring a small business is great, but hiring one that’s too small can be risky. You want a big enough team to make sure the show goes on—even if accidents or illness interfere. 2) Trust: Whether you are spending $5,000 or $500,000, do you trust the company to handle your budget and your event? 3) Experience: The more, the better! Check credentials and references. No two events are the same but varied experience will ...

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