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Apr 28
2018
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A Guide to Classy Corporate Event Planning

Chances are if you’ve had the pleasure of attending or hosting any corporate event, there are a couple of aspects of the gathering that stick out in your mind. Good or bad, professional social meetings hinge upon these very things. One, appropriate guests and two, the overall venue.   Planning a Classy Corporate Event Corporate event’s typically mean blending executives with outside business development professionals, board members, foundation supporters and a handful of other privileged individuals. Depending upon industry and company size, annual events can also… Read More

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Apr 21
2018
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A Guide to a Successful Corporate Event Planning

Corporate events are important forums because they provide an opportunity where best ideas are presented within the company to various departments and management. Planning such events is not an easy task and can be so stressful. The event planner is responsible for designing an innovative and inspiring corporate event that will bring on board great ideas. Planning a successful corporate event requires the organizers of the occasion to understand the expectation of the key stakeholders. The following is a guide to a successful corporate event… Read More

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Apr 14
2018
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Throwing a Corporate Event while Staying on

Balancing the fun, creative side of event planning with the responsible, budget-friendly side can be a daunting responsibility. It seems that all the impressive food, drinks, venues, entertainment and decor are out of reasonable price range and the lower-priced options are not great. What’s an event planner to do? Here are some tips for staging a corporate event that is high on quality and stays within a reasonable budget. 1. Clarify the purpose of the event. Is it to rebrand the company? Is it to… Read More

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Apr 7
2018
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Unique Rentals for an In-House Corporate Event

Corporate-led parties for employees often get a bad rap for being a waste of time, boring or just plain awkward. Part of this is because both employers and employees come to expect parties at certain times of the year. More than likely, you’ll have the same lackluster food and conversations at the annual Christmas party that you will anticipate at the summer cookout. Spice things up a bit at your next corporate party with some unique rental items that will be the talk of the… Read More

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Mar 27
2018
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Planning a Corporate Event Timeline

So, most people have had the nightmare where you are in charge of something, it’s the morning of the event (or presentation or project) and nothing has been done. You’re woefully unprepared, and hopefully you wake up before something horrible takes place. How do you make sure this doesn’t happen around your real-life corporate event? Planning, planning and more planning. In Ben Franklin’s words, “If you fail to plan, you plan to fail.” Since failure is not something anyone wants, here is a general corporate… Read More

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