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Big Kids Candy Bar

Big Kids Candy Bar

When you think of candy bars at events, what usually comes to mind are kids’ birthdays and other parties intended for children. But are sweet treats only reserved for youngsters? Not quite, because adults can enjoy Candy Bars at events too — even in a corporate...

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Host a Summer Corporate Event

Host a Summer Corporate Event

Corporate events can be challenging to get right. For attendees, being around their coworkers outside of work might not be an ideal way to pass the time. A lot of companies tend to minimize organizing and hosting events for that reason. However, there’s more to...

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Unique Themes for Christmas

Unique Themes for Christmas

In the event industry, corporate Christmas parties and celebrations are both familiar and challenging at the same time. As a family holiday, Christmas has a particular spirit that an event planner needs to capture. However, when everyone is doing the same thing and...

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Tips for Hosting a Garden Party This Spring

Tips for Hosting a Garden Party This Spring

Flowers are blooming, the sun is shining, and we’re finally enjoying spring. Is there a better way to celebrate this beautiful season than hosting a Garden Party? When the weather is ideal, and the opportunity arises, we suggest you make the best of it. But hosting a...

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Easter Sunday Themes

Easter Sunday Themes

This year, Easter falls on Sunday, April 21st. It’s one of the most important holidays in the Christian tradition, as it marks the anniversary of the Death and Resurrection of Jesus Christ. As a joyous occasion, it has developed many fun celebration traditions over...

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Plan Your Xmas Party Early

Plan Your Xmas Party Early

Summer is not even here yet, but that doesn’t mean event planning for the winter shouldn’t be in full swing. Even though everyone’s first instinct is probably to put off planning their Xmas party until October, we have a different suggestion…Start early! When it comes...

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New Event Food Trends for 2019

New Event Food Trends for 2019

Food trends in the event industry are evolving more towards sustainability and diversity, often following the trends for event planning in general. The only thing that isn’t changing is the need to ensure that the food at the event is healthy and delicious — but there...

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Artificial Intelligence at Events

Artificial Intelligence at Events

In today’s world of rapidly advancing technology, every industry is changing. The event industry is no exception, even though it’s still waiting for certain technologies to be implemented on a larger scale. Among these, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and extended...

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Event Trends for 2020

Event Trends for 2020

Event planning might be one of the few industries where staying on track with current trends is extremely important. However, it is also an industry where looking ahead into what is coming can make the difference between a successful business and a failed enterprise....

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Puppies at Events

Puppies at Events

Events and conferences can be a busy time, especially for attendees that do a lot of connecting and meeting new people. That can create a stressful atmosphere, as one might feel like they have a limited amount of time to make the best use of their networking at the...

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Cocktails Made with Garbage

Cocktails Made with Garbage

Waste has become a massive problem for the world in recent decades, and the stats are troubling, especially when it comes to food waste. Approximately 1.3 billion tons of food is wasted every year, which is roughly one-third of all the food produced in the world. And...

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Managing Event Volunteers

Managing Event Volunteers

Planning an event can be a stressful affair, especially if your volunteers are giving you grief. Unfortunately, most of them are inexperienced and may cause you to worry unless you do your part in ensuring that everything operates smoothly. Even though it’s impossible...

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