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Conferences, Acquisition Announcements, Client and Staff Appreciation Events, Corporate Galas, Christmas and Holiday Parties, New Product Launches, Theme Parties and Team Building Events. We also do Weddings & Social Events and are now offering Event Consultation.

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September 16, 2016

CASE STUDY: A 1920’S SOIREE

Creating an engaging, entertaining and interactive theme is always top-of-mind when a client chooses Bright Ideas Events to produce their event. But this important aspect is just the first step. For our company, understanding the goals and objectives behind the decision to host an event must be considered and achieved.


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September 9, 2016

Theme Your Conference – Part 3 of 3

Thanks to the great work by our actors to promote the gala, everyone embraced the Swinging Speakeasy theme – keen to be part of the fun.


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September 2, 2016

Theme Your Conference – Part 2 of 3

It began with the Welcome Reception on Thursday evening, a first taste of the Prohibition-era fun guests could expect. Black & red feather centerpieces recalled the opulence of the era, while a vintage 1910 hearse added authenticity – the perfect link to the Association’s members’ profession.


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