Time to Plan Your New Year’s Eve Bash!

If you haven't already started to plan your New Year's Eve bash to help promote your business, now is the time to do so. You still have time to plan a fun event and invite your favorite customers or influencers in your community, particularly if you run any type of event venue business. Here are [...]

By |December 5th, 2017|Planning|

Checklist to Plan an Event in 30 Days or Less

Do you have to plan an event quickly? Even though every event organizer dreams of having  a full year or more to plan the perfect event, the reality is typically far less. You may even find that the ball has been dropped in your court and someone else has walked away, having finished very little [...]

By |November 4th, 2017|Planning|

Bring Your Dog to Paint and Sip

It's been said over and over that dog is man's best friend, but friend doesn't really do justice to the relationship most of us have with our canine companions. More and more people are looking for dog friendly businesses these days so they can take Fido along. Yes, they may even be looking for a [...]

By |September 21st, 2017|Planning|

How to Make Your Events Greener

Most people are conscious of their impact on the environment and event hosts are no exception. You can exercise your eco-conscience and lessen your impact on the local landfill by turning to ways to make your events greener. How green is your event? You should first decide how green you wish to make your event. [...]

By |September 6th, 2017|Planning|

How to Pinch Pennies for Your Event Budget

If you're planning your very first event, or you are on a tight event budget, the costs may seem almost insurmountable. However, you can start small, cut costs where you can, and still put on an amazing event. The first step to working with a small budget is to write out your budget and stick [...]

By |August 5th, 2017|Planning|

Put on a Dance Event and They Will Come – But You Have to Make Them Want to

Most dance studio owners know the importance of showcasing their business through recitals and other dance events. There’s nothing more satisfying that witnessing the advancement of talent and skills of your students. Second in satisfaction is perhaps the reaction of their parents. The end-of-the-dance-year recital is a culmination of hard work and dedication. While it [...]

By |August 1st, 2017|Planning|

How to Prepare Your Event Speakers Before the Big Day

You've spent months choosing the perfect event speakers, promoting those speakers to your attendees and potential attendees, and ensuring they have everything they need to lead a memorable workshop. One area you might not have visited yet is prepping these event speakers before the big day. It sounds simple, but it is a step that [...]

By |July 28th, 2017|Planning|

Plan Paint and Sip Fundraising Events

A paint and sip event makes a great fundraiser. Some aspects of paint and sip fundraising events are quite different from a typical for profit event. Tips for Paint and Sip Fundraising Events There are some things that will be the same regardless if your event is for a non-profit or for-profit. These include: Encouraging [...]

By |July 20th, 2017|Planning|

How to Spot a Horrible Event Venue and Avoid It

Choosing the right event venue can make or break your event. One of the first things you want to do is eliminate possible problematic and even horrible venues. Watch for red flags that immediately alert you to issues you might encounter. There are others tells that might be too subtle for you to catch. Signs [...]

By |July 10th, 2017|Planning|

What Is a Hybrid Event and How to Make It Successful

A hybrid event caters to two groups of attendees. The first group is made up of those who physically attend your event. The second group is virtual attendees who participate online, such as Facebook Live. Value of Hybrid Events The added value of hybrid events to your company is two-fold. The first is the obvious [...]

By |July 6th, 2017|Planning|