Client HQ -Tip Top Tips
Hello! You’ve made it over to the client headquarters for tips and tricks on all things Poptop! Including, how to request quotes, book suppliers, manage your budget and generally plan your event to the best possible standard.
We’ll be adding bits and pieces periodically so make sure you come back to check out our new content!
1. To Use – Poptop’s Official Event Checklist
Use our free printable checklist to:
- Countdown to your event
- Check off each important task as you go
- Use prompts to update your budget
- Fill in the important event details on the left hand side
- Tick which suppliers you may need at the bottom
2. To Use – Poptop’s Official Budget Sheet
Use our free printable budget sheet to:
- List all supplier names and contact details
- Map the costs of each supplier
- Keep track of deposit payment amounts
- Ensure no late payments are made
- Tick off when payments are completed
3. To Read – How To Book A Caterer
Booking a catering company can be more complicated than booking other suppliers. Find out why this is and how to book caterers for your event easily and efficiently by reading our article.
4. To Read – How To Book Photography Services
Ensure you find the perfect photographer or videographer for your event by following our top tips when making a request.
5. How to book a live music entertainment for your event
So you’ve decided to have some live music at your event, but now you’re scratching your head thinking “how do I do this? There are so many things to think about”.
6. To Read – How Poptop Client Protection Works
Plan your event safely with Poptop to guarantee ease of mind. It’s one of the awesome things about Poptop!
7. To Use – Poptop’s Help Pages
Follow this link to explore some previous articles written exclusively for our Poptop clients – you!
8. To Use – Average Prices for Suppliers’ Services
Do you need to gain some idea of what things cost before you even think about booking a supplier? Take a look at our funky infographic that describes the average prices that suppliers charge for their services.