Why An Event Manager Can Make Or Break Your Event

Why An Event Manager Can Make Or Break Your Event

August 9th, 2017 by

If you’ve ever run a business event yourself, or needed to hire an event manager, you know that it’s a big job. The creativity needed for the initial planning, combined with all the large and small decisions you need to make, not to mention the myriad of details to keep track of, is a lot[…]

Top Tips To Measure The Success Of Your Next Business Event

Top Tips To Measure The Success Of Your Next Business Event

August 3rd, 2017 by

Planning a successful business event can be a tough task, but if all goes well, the event could mean exciting things for your company or product. The planning for a business event won’t end when the doors shut and the lights go out. No. It ends when your company is reaping the rewards of a[…]

Corporate Events Should Be Your First Focus

Corporate Events Should Be Your First Focus

July 26th, 2017 by

When budget-cutting, corporate events are usually one of the first things to go. After all, why spend extra money on dinner parties and activities when it could be put to something more useful? Actually, corporate events are more important than you think. In fact, more than $122 billion is spent every year in the U.S.[…]

Why Event Planning Companies Need to Care About Everything

July 19th, 2017 by

Planning a business event is no small task. While keeping the following seven standards in mind, an event planning company takes care of all the details—knowing that a successful event consists of many moving parts. Standard #1: Events should have a purpose The first and most important part of planning an event is determining what[…]

How A Meeting Planner Can Help Your Company Grow

How A Meeting Planner Can Help Your Company Grow

July 12th, 2017 by

Did you know that holding events is one of the best things you can do to grow your company? Here are some ways a successful meeting or event can help: You can sell your product or business to a whole group of people instead of trying to sell to one at a time. You can[…]