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1605, 2017

Top Event Planning Blogs

May 16th, 2017|Industry Insider|0 Comments

Top Event Planning Blogs to Follow Everyone is an event planner these days, remember? Because of this, searching for event planning blogs is a nightmare. (We tried and got about 8.73 million results). Wouldn’t it

205, 2017

Is event planning a dying industry?

May 2nd, 2017|Event Design, How Event Planning is Changing, Industry Insider, Wedding Planning|0 Comments

Is event planning a dying industry? Not if you show your worth! Everyone thinks they can be an event planner these days… thanks Pinterest.  Type ‘wedding planning’ into any search engine and you’re guaranteed to

1804, 2017

Power Up For Your Next Meeting With a Motivating March

April 18th, 2017|Industry Insider|0 Comments

No surprise here… every employee dreads meetings.  There is only one guaranteed element of a meeting – lots and lots of sitting.  You should probably apologize to those Apple Watches and Fitbits ahead of time

404, 2017

Rock Your Wedding Reception! Must See Party Secrets To Success.

April 4th, 2017|Industry Insider|0 Comments

Everyone is excited to attend your wedding, but let’s face it – they are mostly excited about the reception (AKA party).  In your guests’ eyes, after the vows are exchanged, the celebration begins!  If you’re

2103, 2017

Fill Those Empty Seats! Boost Attendance for your Next Event.

March 21st, 2017|Industry Insider|0 Comments

You’ve worked day in and day out on what is sure to be (or, at least you hope) an amazing event. Long nights, countless hours, and perfecting every possible detail has lead you to this

703, 2017

Inject Some Energy into those Mundane Meetings with a Few Simple Techniques

March 7th, 2017|Industry Insider|0 Comments

Do you dread having or attending meetings?  Do intended short meetings drag into hours upon hours of sitting?  How about afterwards, do you feel as if you didn’t make any progress?  If you’ve answered yes


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