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Event Planning Trends For 2020

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Planning an event is filled with checklists and steps that all need to be considered to ensure that the occasion runs smoothly. This can make an event planner’s job complicated and difficult. To make matters worse, the event planning industry is dynamic and constantly changing. New trends are emerging all the time and – if you want your next event to be a success – it is best to follow the crowd in order to meet attendee expectations.

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How Early Should You Start Planning Your Next Event?

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Even when the last corporate event that you put on went really well, you cannot rest on your laurels as the person in charge of organizing such occasions. For most business events, you will almost immediately need to seek out another corporate event space for any event that you have lined up in the near future. With many other businesses out there making plans and trying to secure the best venues for their own events, it usually pays to plan early.

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3 Tips for Hosting a Corporate Holiday Party

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‘Tis the season! To start attending countless holiday parties that is. The planning’s done, the holiday party venue has been selected, now it’s just time to host the actual event. In this blog, we’ll cover everything you need to consider when it comes to hosting your corporate holiday party from the food you’re serving to sifting through holiday party venues in Toronto. So let’s dive right in!

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How To Get Sponsors For Your Event

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Do you have a big event coming up? Whether it’s a panel, product launch or corporate party, getting sponsors involved can help take it to the next level. If it’s the first time you’ve considered the idea, it’s definitely something worth pursuing as collaborating with local and recognizable brands can build your own reputation amongst your target demographic and even generate more hype (and sales!) around your own event.

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