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Gabrielle Ricci

Gabrielle Ricci
Gabrielle is one of the Marketplace Analysts at VenueBook NYC. When they are not at work, they are probably reading a book and drinking a Cafe Au Lait. Gabrielle prides themself on their ability to tie a bow tie and their abundance of men's (boy's because they have small feet) dress shoes. Keep up with them on Twitter and Instagram @Gabricci21
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Recent Posts

How to Use Data at Your Venue

Posted by Gabrielle Ricci on May 17, 2018 12:41:00 PM
If you don't already know, we are in the age of data. It's running everything: social media, business decisions, the temperature in our homes. While robots might not be as close as we think, data is doing a lot of that backend work. At this point, you're thinking "yeah I get it, but why should I care?" Well, you should care because it's powerful and can help with efficiency and business decisions at your venue. The more you know, right?
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Topics: For Venue Managers

Italian Restaurants in New York City

Posted by Gabrielle Ricci on May 16, 2018 7:15:00 PM

It's time for me to tell you about the great venues on our site. This time around, the focus is Italian...because who doesn't love authentic Italian food? There are quite a lot of Italian restaurants in New York City, but we prefer the ones on our site. Here are two different venues with two different vibes so you can have a few options the next time you're looking to take clients out to dinner.

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Topics: New York City

Tips and Must-Knows for Last-Minute Event Planning

Posted by Gabrielle Ricci on May 10, 2018 9:22:00 AM

Planning events is hard. Factor in procrastination and you've got yourself quite the pickle. For most people, planning events isn't their day job. You report to work for something else entirely, so it makes sense that the event planning slipped through the cracks. It happens.

If you find yourself in this situation often, or if this is your first time, here are some tips and must-knows for last-minute event planning!

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Topics: Event Planning

How to Market Your Venue

Posted by Gabrielle Ricci on May 8, 2018 6:30:00 PM

If you've been in the events business for a while or if you're just getting started, marketing your venue is the key to gaining (and maintaining) clients. Setting up the perfect event experience will make it easier for both you and the client. Spend less time working out the kinks during event planning and provide clients with events that exceed their expectations. Here are three tips (and sub-tips) to teach you how to market your venue.

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Topics: For Venue Managers

Tips for Hosting Summer Events at Your Venue

Posted by Gabrielle Ricci on May 3, 2018 1:00:00 PM

As the weather (finally) starts to warm up in NYC, we are reminded that summer is around the corner. With summer comes kickoff parties, intern events, and rooftop takeovers. When you're looking over your summer event packages and ideas, keep in mind a few of these tips for hosting summer events.

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Topics: For Venue Managers