Client dinners are great until you start attending mutliple client dinners a week; at that point they start to get boring really fast. Also, clients are constantly being wined and dined by multiple partners and vendors and it is hard to make your dinner stand out. So I've put together my top three tips to take your client dinner to the next level.
Topics: Corporate Events
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.
Secret Santa and White Elephant are classic office-friendly gift giving games. They can help bring your team together or encourage cross-departmental bonding. Plus, no one will complain about buying one gift instead of ten--just be sure to set spending caps so no one under or over buys! We’ve assembled the rules of both games and some gift ideas to get you into the holiday mindset!
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.
We are officially approaching the end of 2016: changing leaves, dropping temperatures and the holidays! As the end of year slowly (or quickly) creeps up on us it's time to start thinking about thanking your clients and celebrating a great year together. Having planned numerous end of year events for my clients, I’ve put together 5 tips for planning end of year client events and 3 of my favorite ideas to show your clients you care.