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Retaining and engaging your audience by exceeding their expectations in the “New Normal”  will be the key to success in a post-COVID landscape. Unless and until you’re matching your attendee’s safety regulations, you won’t be …


For every presenter, getting a positive feedback from his attendees is what drives him, what keeps him motivated to go ahead and put in all he’s got to make this event happen. But, no matter …


If you want to build brand awareness or relationships with clients, business partners, sponsors, and potential audiences, a corporate event is a way to do it. https://youtu.be/FZN_iiBH1Cs Corporate events build and nurture relationships so make sure …


If you’ve read any of my previous blogs, you know by now that I have a thing (a rather bad one) for mismatched puns and references. And no, I can’t explain. So, instead of me …


Yay! I love free invites to events, and here, I’m speaking on the behalf of the entire community of bloggers. As writers, most of the time we are struck by the inevitable epidemic called the …


Events and startups have a lot in common – they both start as an idea and end as revolutions, leaving everything and everyone in their paths baffled. Finding ideas and developing them is referred to …

Pre-Event Engagement Strategies For Event Planners
Pre-Event Engagement Strategies For Event Planners

Pre-event engagement is an underrated yet crucial element in the arsenal of successful event planners. Event engagement and networking do not begin on the event day itself. It starts from the moment your event attendee …

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Avoiding Social Media Regrets For Your Events
Avoiding Social Media Regrets For Your Events

Events and social media are the definitive social glue for bringing people together on a common platform or gathering. This is where they can talk, meet, share opinions, and discuss current events. However, hospitality venus …

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Guide To Planning Christmas Parties

Christmas is just around the corner bringing with it the winter joy, mistletoes, plenty of shopping, and of course parties. The winter holiday season is perfect for hosting a Christmas brunch or a dinner party …

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