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5 Steps to Planning an Unforgettable Christmas Party

It’s that time of year again! Christmas is just around the corner, which for many corporations comes with the promise of an unforgettable office party. For employers, it’s an opportunity to show their appreciation to their staff for a year of hard work. For employees, it’s an opportunity to over-indulge,

The 5 Most Important Attributes of Successful Corporate Event Planners

On it’s surface, few careers are as exciting as those involved with business event planning. The mere thought of having the opportunity to rub shoulders with some of the world’s finest corporate minds is enough to attract just about anybody. That said, believe it or not, corporate event management isn’t

Facebook: 3 Quick Fixes to Drum Up More Event Planning Business

Coming up with business event ideas is hard, let alone also taking into consideration the need to keep new business coming in on a continual basis. Though difficult, in recent years, with the advent of social media, Facebook has quickly solidified itself as one of the simplest, most effective marketing

The 4 Best Smartphone Apps for Business Event Planners

In 2012, a survey was conducted to determine just how important smartphones were to their users. Shockingly, two-thirds of respondents claimed that they simply “couldn’t live” without their phones. In the four years since said survey was created, that number has surely grown.   Millennials might love their smartphones, but there’s

7 Great Methods for Measuring a Corporate Event’s ROI

These days, if you and your business event planning team can’t prove to a client that your work has delivered any real sort of ROI, you’ll find it harder to nab top-tier clients in the coming weeks, months and years. So, in order to keep you busy for years to

6 Tips to Make Your Corporate Event Planning Business Better Than the Rest

So, you’ve taken to business event planning and have seen some success. Things are going well and you’re routinely busy—a real blessing in such a competitive industry. That said, you and your business aren’t just looking to land occasional work. Instead, you’re set on stepping up and distancing yourself from your