Seriously! When else can you wear shorts or trousers; a t-shirt or a sweater; a coat or no coat? The choices are endless, the temperatures are perfect, and it’s a GREAT time of year to celebrate just about anything. Whether you’re hosting a staff luncheon Thanksgiving party, celebrating excellence in your workplace at your annual Awards Ceremony, or hosting your Annual General Meeting, here are three Bright Ideas to ‘allspice’ up your autumnal merrymaking.
Planning a Holiday Party may seem straightforward, but really it’s not. There’s more to it than renting a venue and handing out Christmas carol lyric sheets.
What do you do? We get asked that question a lot. That’s okay. Event production encompasses a lot of jobs and many kinds of special events. It also involves a myriad of tasks.
It’s a classic novel set in a famous era. And the opulence of the Roaring Twenties is also a great theme for a corporate event! Our Great Gatsby Gala is quickly becoming one of our most popular themes. This event – held in the expansive setting of the Rocky Mountaineer train station
There’s a real value in creating a human bond between your business and the clients you service. An Appreciation Event lets you create personal connections and transform your company from just another faceless supplier to an organization staffed by individuals that understands their corporate goals and company values.
It’s the time to start thinking about Christmas in the event planning world in Vancouver. If you want your company’s Holiday Season Event to be a success, you should be too. Holiday parties are changing and evolving.
Start Now for Holiday Event Excellence Summer isn’t over, but believe it or not, it’s the time of the year to start organizing your Christmas party. The holiday season is fast approaching. If you want to host an event that motivates and inspires your staff, you need to you need to start planning now! It doesn’t matter if this is your 50th office celebration, or the first, one thing is certain – you need to make it memorable.
Relationships do matter. Everyone talks about the importance of networking; how relationships with people help you get jobs, get a foot in the door, and be seen by the right people. By all means connections matter. Nevertheless, there is one aspect of career building we often overlook. As we concentrate on making as many connections as possible and having as much exposure on LinkedIn and at networking events, the relationships routinely become fleeting and utilitarian.
As we move towards the Fall Season, at Bright Ideas we are thinking about the final touches we can add to our clients’ upcoming Christmas Parties to make them truly special. One often-overlooked location to make your events spectacular is the food stations. This is a place where guests gather to enjoy delicacies, socialize, and exchange small talk. Why not make this part of the event memorable? We recently read an article in Biz Bash and it perfectly illustrates this point.
Many companies are reducing their presence at industry events. According to the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority, attendance in their market is down 18% from the record highs of 2006 and 2013 saw a slight dip compared to 2012.