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March 13, 2018

Say “Thank You!” to Employees with a Company Event

Saying thank you is important! Office rumors spread like wildfire, especially on the downside of winter when company morale may be ebbing. That’s why immediately after New Year’s is the best time to begin organizing a summer event.

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July 30, 2017

Expert Insight: Sharon Bonner Talks Event Themes and Design

Meetings Today interviews Sharon Bonner about her involvement in the event industry over the past 30 years.

People really seem to love the glitz and glam of Vegas, and we go all out with the giant dice, ostrich feathers, flashing dice necklaces and customized play money.

My second most popular theme is Around the World.

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May 5, 2017

The Perfect Client Appreciation

Every company has customers, and this week, Bright Ideas is going to share with you why the Perfect Client Appreciation Event is the proverbial stone that kills two birds when it comes to spending your company’s event funds wisely. Here are the 5W’s that double both to thank your existing clientele and to make your client list expand.

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