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Jul 26
2019
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Corporate Breakout Sessions

A breakout session can be defined as a small group of attendees drawn from a larger conference to discuss and learn about specific aspects of the central theme of the main event. Breakout sessions, also called workshop sessions, can allow for a more personalized experience for attendees with more audience participation and networking opportunities. Choices Adding breakout sessions to a corporate event gives attendees the chance to choose the topics they want to learn more about. When an event attendee has the option to choose what… Read More

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Jul 17
2019
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Tips for Hosting a Virtual Corporate Event

Video streaming services have made it possible to host exciting and engaging corporate events on a virtual platform. One of the most obvious benefits for both corporations and attendees is a corporate event can be held with no geographical boundaries, freeing everyone from the cost and logistics of travel and lodging. Value Virtual formats are less expensive than in-person events, because you do not have to book a large venue, but just because you do not need a fancy ballroom or arena does not mean… Read More

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Jul 10
2019
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Corporate event Catering

There is no easy way to say this, but food will be one of the costliest items on your corporate event budget, but do not skimp on the meal portion of the day. Food is fun, gives attendees a chance to relax and mingle and if done right, is often one of the most memorable elements of an event. “Bars” Pretzel, yogurt or doughnut bars offer all sorts of toppings. Cheeses, peanut butter and different varieties of mustard for pretzels. Fruit, nuts and candy for… Read More

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Jul 2
2019
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Corporate Event Speaker

Finding a speaker for a corporate event can be a challenge. You want someone fun, smart and experienced, someone within your budget and someone event goers will remember. Speakers are one of the top reasons people attend events, so it is important to keep a few ideas in mind when choosing a corporate event presenter. Define Your Audience The first step in choosing a guest speaker is to define your audience. What is the demographic of your event attendees? Will your event only have industry… Read More

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