Danielle Bobish says she offers her clients a calming presence which goes a long way, especially for brides. She talks about the importance of using lawyers and finance professionals when starting a business and how paying for the right person from the beginning will save you money in the long run. She offers recommendations on starting your portfolio and showcasing your best work which could be pictures of an event or happy clients and things that make you stand out and show the bigger picture.
- Stay true to yourself. People can feel when you’re real.
- Misconception: Point and shoot planners (“this goes here, this goes there!”) is not common, though it does exist. Need to roll with the punches, and stay in the background.
- Hiring the correct people when starting your own business is crucial.
Danielle Bobish graduated from the Hartt School of Music with a BFA in Musical Theater with a focus on Directing. Her credits include: 50th Anniversary National Tour of Singin’ in the Rain (Lina Lamont); Pink Elephants (Bubbles) at Manhattan’s Slipper Room; Ragtime (Evelyn Nesbit), A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (Phila), Children and Art: Sondheim’s 75th Birthday Celebration (Broadway All-Star Chorus). She joined Front & Center for Performing Arts in 2017.
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