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Your Power Partners will be those businesses that supply your clients with services on a regular basis. Event Planners, Photographers, Printers, Graphic Designers, Web Site Designers, Public Relations and Marketing Firms, as well as all other entertainment related fields will provide you with the most referrals.
The conversations with these Power Partners should indicate your willingness to include them as you become aware of companies that need their services. It is important you meet with these Power Partners in person the first time, and then keep in touch with them weekly through email or phone conversations.
The range of income for the first year will depend on the type of entertainment career you choose. A Disc Jockey working weddings, parties and corporate events will typically earn about $60,000 annually. One DJ in Marin that I met makes more than $200,000 a year staging private parties for young adults. A clown working parades, birthday parties and restaurants might average $2,500 a month to start. A magician could earn $500 for a birthday party and as much as $1,500 per corporate event.