The Event Planning Podcast That Provides Tips, Techniques and Advice To Help You Plan Successful Events.
United States
52 episodes
since Oct. 2, 2015


A.J. Steinberg founded Masquerade Events in 1999. Since then she has created amazing events for both private and public clients. Her ability to help charities raise money through events led to the creation of Queen Bee Fundraising. A.J. shares ideas to help planners faced with a tight budget. She also shares insights to successful event planning by committee. By the end of this interview you will learn: * Sometimes you just move forward. * How things have changed since 1999. * There is no need to reinvent the wheel. * Why a tight budget isn't bad. * Decoration ideas when funds are limited. * Little things that create an impact on guests. * Inexpensive entertainment – good, bad or depends? * Turning a cost into income. * Advantages of working with a committee. * Dangers of a client controlled program. * When it pays to bring in a pro. * Three words: Attention To Details. * and much more … Interview bonuses: Right click here and save-as to download this episode to your computer. Right click and save-as to download the Episode 52 transcript. Click here to read the transcript online. Links and resources from this interview: A.J.'s Website: https://www.queenbeefundraising.com A.J. on Twitter: @QueenBeeMalibu The Emily Shane Foundation Thank you A.J.! It was a pleasure to talk with you! I appreciate you sharing your insights and ideas with our audience. Have You Subscribed? Get event planning content every Monday. Subscribe to the podcast today:        Don't forget to rate and/or review the show on iTunes. Thanks! Share This Episode If you enjoyed the Savvy Event Planner Podcast, please share it with your friends using social media. Use the share buttons at the bottom of this page to share us with your network. We Made It! This episode means we've reached the one year mark! 52 guests have sat down to talk with me about event planning. They have all shared some amazing insights into the business. I want to thank everyone who appeared on the podcast, as well as everyone who has listened, emailed, reached out through social media and shared the podcast with others. This has been an amazing ride so far! Hiatus Due to my travel and performance schedule, the podcast will be taking a hiatus until early 2017. During this time I will still be recording interviews, but new episodes won't release until January. Make sure you follow me on Twitter and/or subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or Stitcher so you know when the program resumes. Thanks for listening! Again, I really appreciate your support of the podcast. Thank you for taking the time to listen and visit the site! So tell us … Share your insights and thoughts on this interview. Did you come away with any ideas? Take a moment to let us know in the comments section below:
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