Did you know that Sharon Bonner, CEO & President of Bright Ideas Event Coordinators Ltd, is not only an award winning event planner, but is also a registered certified Homeopath? She studied with the intention of treating animals with Homeopathy.A natural blonde, it is fitting that she is an avid Marilyn Monroe collector so much so that she named her precious pet after Marilyn Monroe. She has a Mainecoon cat named Monroe.
With summer just around the corner, we wanted to feature some great last minute summer event ideas. Most events require lots of lead time to organize, but even if you’ve put off arranging a spring or summer event until now, there are still ways to host an event that looks like it was months in the planning! Read more →
Sharon Bonner has made Bright Ideas Event Coordinators one of Canada’s top corporate event production companies. With decades of experience in the industry, her knowledge, contacts, and creativity are the key ingredients in Bright Ideas Events’ outstanding corporate events.
In some ways, creating a spectacular event is the easy part. With the right budget and a talented event producer, amazing results are a simple matter of careful planning and execution. However, getting people to show up can be the real challenge.
In this issue:
- Marketing Your Event For Maximum Enjoyment
- Create a Buzz with Social Media
- Follow Up the Fun with a Contest
- Top Three Last Minute Spring and Summer Events
- Social Media and Special Events
- Five Tips for Social Media Event Success
- Ask Sharon - Getting Started in the Event Industry
- Contest - A Venue to Remember
- Staff Pick of the Month - Great Gatsby Gala
- The Proven Solution for Great Events
Social Media is now an integral part of the special event landscape. We’ve asked social media specialist Michelle Bucher to tell us how you can use it to build buzz around your event, both before the big day, and during the event itself.
Outdoor events are a cost-effective way to host a large group. Add in some blue skies and delicious barbequed goodies and you have a guaranteed all-ages crowd-pleaser. But, if you are planning on hosting a corporate event this summer, it’s already time to finalize your preparations. Here’s what you need to know:
First of all, you need two plans. One for sun and one for rain.
With summer just around the corner, outdoor event planning is in full swing. Today we feature 3 of our top themed events.