Some events can be held in your own space or offices. However, certain large event call for bigger space or even have unique requirements that standard rentals cannot provide. Event space rental companies have the knowledge to help you filter out spaces based on your needs and give you access to all kinds of spaces that can suit your event needs.
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Event marketing can make a huge impact on your audience and leave a lasting impression for time to come. It offers more than a sales pitch, but an all-rounded experience that gives the consumer a firsthand sense of the company and it’s product.’
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“Do not just focus on creating an event app – focus on creating the experience around your event app.”- Team Aida
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Corporate events play an important role in building relationship among employees, clients as well as providing substantial opportunity for networking and building a strong business portfolio. Yes, a successful event would require some spending, but it doesn’t necessarily have to put a dent in the bank account. All it takes is a little imagination, some creativity and a lot of research.
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“Social media is not just an activity; it is an investment of valuable time and resources. Surround yourself with people who not just support you and stay with you, but inform your thinking about ways to WOW your online presence” – Sean Gardner
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Although you have worked in various marketing roles throughout your career, you have grabbed in just about every aspect of corporate event planning and management and have pretty much done it all. Sometimes all event aspects run smoothly from planning through completion and assessment of the event, but more often than not issues may arise.
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Data is a vital part for event organiser to host either corporate events or non-commercial one. So thanks to technology, we may able to gather data and gain lot of information. Data can be classified in four classes which are demographic, engagement, customer relationship management (CRM), and events. All of these help to give the possible outcome with your next company event. According to George Sirius (CEO of Eventsforce), event data is incredibly valuable. The more we make of that data, the more valuable it becomes. And yet, managing all this data is one of the most complex issues that event planners are facing today.
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“The trend to take clients out for wine and dine is only growing stronger with the move towards more relaxed work habits and the birth of the foodie nation. If you are working in a corporate environment, it is almost expected to occur regularly.” According to general manager Levi Aron, good food and good business go hand-in-hand. Many a lucrative deal has been done over a hearty meal and a few alcoholic beverages. Nailing the etiquette to entertaining clients can make all the difference when it comes to sealing the deal on new business. And it’s a skill likely to come in handy in the long run.
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