As the world around us is changing, so is the events industry. Through the use of event add-ons and vendors, events are becoming more and more customizable: parties are truly tailored to you and your company. With the growth of technology and interactive media, it’s possible to add photo booths, GIF generators, and even 360° booths. Add-ons take an event to the next level.
Raw spaces: your best friend or your worst enemy. If you're a creative mind chasing a vision, raw spaces provide you with the blank canvas that you need to execute your ideas. For others, raw spaces might trigger fear and apprehension. How can I host an event in an empty room? Where are the tables? The Chairs? More importantly, where's the food?!
It's that time of the year again: endless baked goods, weird coworker gift exchanges, client outings and...company holiday parties. Company holiday parties can be both a blessing and a curse. The blessing? The open bar and appetizers that you can't/won't make at home. The curse? The open bar and having to mingle with the coworkers that you don't actually like.
When I ate meat, Thanksgiving was a gift from the Gods. I put in zero work preparing the food, and I got to eat my weight in both turkey and ham without feeling an ounce of guilt. And, as if things couldn't get any better, I had enough leftovers to keep me alive when I went back to college. Back then, Thanksgiving was the holiday to beat.
Ah, here we are. The end of October and Q4 is in full swing. In all honesty, I wasn't really sure what to expect out of Q4. In fact, I haven't been sure what to expect in any of the "Qs." As a young professional fresh out of college, I knew that a year is divided into quarters, but I didn't know what each quarter meant in terms of business and revenue. So naturally, I'm the one writing this article. The intern writes the article on Q4.