When planning a corporate event, it’s essential to have the best people on staff. The staff makes sure everything stays on schedule, helps maintain an organized event, and prepares for every possible circumstance – good and bad.
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There’s nothing worse than having something go wrong during an event that could have been prevented, or having something go wrong that postpones or cancels the event entirely. Burst pipes from bad plumbing, leaking roofs, ripped carpets, unreliable audio and video systems, and even bad wireless can all make an event turn into a nightmare for the venue and your clients and their guests. Here are five cleaning and maintenance best practices that you need to employ now for your venue to be kept in tip-top shape so all events run smoothly.
During the cozy winter months, there’s nothing more comforting than a glamorous party in a private residence. With a few simple tricks, private planners can transform a home into a beautiful event space that’s perfect for any gathering, large or small. Here are some professional tricks that skilled private planners use to make your private events flawless:
Every event you plan is unique - a timely “one off” that takes months of planning (if you’re lucky to have months), endless stress in the days leading up to the event, followed by a crashing relief when it’s over. Getting along with clients and making them
When it comes to corporate event planning, it’s important to create an event and atmosphere that will appeal to all attendees, adhere to the approved budget, serve a purpose, offer a takeaway, and be memorable. There are many different factors to consider when it comes to planning corporate events. Here are 17 things you ought to think about when organizing your next corporate event.