Event Planners

Tips For Planning Your Next Company Party

Tips For Planning Your Next Company Party

Company parties are a great opportunity for any organization to not only celebrate accomplishments and show gratitude to its employees for their hard work, but also build a community and create stronger bonds that could boost morale in the work place. There’s no doubt that any company party requires well-thought out planning and preparation. We’ve put together some essential tips for planning your next company party so read along and hopefully this will help make the process easier.

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Why Your Events Aren’t Selling Out (and How to Fix it)

Why Your Events Aren’t Selling Out (and How to Fix it)

Can’t seem to sell out your events no matter how much time you spend promoting them? The number of people who attend your event is a direct measurement of its success. If your event sells out, you can rest assured knowing that it was a success. Here are some of the most common reasons why events don’t sell out.

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Event Branding Mistakes to Avoid

Event Branding Mistakes to Avoid

Building a strong brand for your event is important for several reasons. It helps prospective guests remember your event, instills a higher level of trust and credibility in prospects, increases ticket sales/turnout, and more. But you’ll want to avoid making the following mistakes when branding your event.

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Event Planning: 5 Tips to Convert Prospects into Paid Guests

Event Planning: 5 Tips to Convert Prospects into Paid Guests

Are you struggling to generate ticket sales for your event? It’s frustrating when invest countless hours into planning an event, only to sell few tickets for it. If this sounds familiar, perhaps you should try the following tips to convert prospects into paid guests.

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Event Planning: How to Foster Loyalty in Guests

Event Planning: How to Foster Loyalty in Guests

Repeat attendance is a key metric used to measure the success of similar-themed events. If guests keep coming back to your events, you know you’re doing something right (or several things right). But many professional event planners struggle to foster the “loyalty” needed to achieve a high rate of repeat attendance. If this sounds familiar, consider the following tips.

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6 Ways to Cut Costs When Planning an Event

6 Ways to Cut Costs When Planning an Event

Looking for ways to lower the cost of an upcoming event? Professional event planners typically have a fixed budget they must stay within. But it’s easy to go over this budget when booking a venue, hiring vendors, and performing the other tasks that go into planning an event. So, how can you cut these costs?

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Planning an Employee Appreciation Event

Planning an Employee Appreciation Event

St. Patrick’s Day isn’t the only holiday in March; another holiday that corporate executives and event planners should mark on their calendar is Employee Appreciation Day. Held annually on the first Friday in March, it’s held to honor and celebrate employees throughout the country. So if you want to show appreciation to your workforce, follow this tips to plan the perfect event.

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Productivity Hacks for Professional Event Planners

Productivity Hacks for Professional Event Planners

From scouting venues and setting up registrations to choosing vendors and negotiating deals, professional event planners are constantly juggling a variety of tasks. By utilizing the following tips, however, you can get more work done in less time.

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How to Discourage Guests from Leaving Your Event Early

How to Discourage Guests from Leaving Your Event Early

Just because 200 guests sign up for your event doesn’t necessarily mean that all 200 will attend, nor does it may they will stay until the end. Early departure is a common problem faced by professional event planners. When attendees begin to leave, your event may look barren, which is exactly what you want to avoid. So, how do you discourage guests from leaving early?

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Word of Mouth Marketing for Event Planners

Word of Mouth Marketing for Event Planners

You can’t expect to sell out your event unless people know when and where it will take place. Social media networking, business partnerships, press releases, email and fliers are all excellent ways to promote an event. However, you shouldn’t overlook word of mouth marketing.

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