3 Keys To Throwing A Successful Business Event

27 November 2017
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Starting a new business, in any industry, can be challenging because you need new customers fast. Gaining these customers and building a brand is attainable when you host a business event. Make sure this event goes smoothly by taking these planning precautions:  Set a Budget Before setting up decorations and sending out invitations, you must first come up with a realistic budget. You can then avoid costly spending and keep everything organized better. Read More 

4 Reasons To Consider Seeing A Broadway Show

22 August 2017
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If you're visiting New York City soon and are thinking about what activities to take part in, you may be wondering if seeing a Broadway show is a good idea. This can be a fun way to take part in a new experience while also staying entertained while on your trip. There are a variety of shows to choose from! Keep reading to better understand the reasons as to why you should consider seeing a Broadway show. Read More 

Four Factors To Consider When Choosing A Venue For A Large Corporate Conference

29 May 2017
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If you're responsible for organizing a large corporate conference, one of the first things you'll need to do is choose the event venue. There are likely a few event centers in your area to choose from, each with a different vibe and price range. However, ambiance and cost are only two of the things to consider when choosing the venue for your conference. Here are four other factors that are essential to consider. Read More 

How To Decorate A Wedding Reception Venue With A Vintage-Inspired Theme

25 January 2017
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If you and your spouse-to-be have refined senses of style and appreciate antiques and and all things old-fashioned, consider giving your wedding reception a sophisticated vintage theme. This theme will work in a variety of wedding venue types, from country barns to banquet halls to your backyard.  A vintage-themed reception is also ideal for any budget since you can use antiques you already own, family heirlooms and inexpensive-yet-unique flea market finds as decor pieces. Read More