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Tips To Your Most Successful Holiday Party Yet (Part One)

We know that you have a lot on your plate this time of year, and on top of that now you have to start planning your holiday party. Yikes! Fortunately, we are rolling out our top tips each week to help you have your most successful event!

Let's start from the beginning...

Tip #1. Start Early- Starting early is crucial to how successful your event is. Starting early allows you to choose a date, budget, location, and team without all of the last minute stress. Not to mention that the longer you wait the less choice you are going to have for event date, venue, and availability. Make sure plans for your event are discussed well before the month or two leading up to the event so that you are not left with an event that looks like it was thrown together at the last minute. P.S. The most popular dates for this December are the 2nd, 9th, and 16th. However, you are not limited to just those dates. Many companies now are choosing November and January dates to accommodate other holiday parties. Therefore, dates in November and January are booking up as well. Tip #2. Hire The Right Vendors- Selecting the right vendors to collaborate with you on your event vision will immediately lead to a more successful event. Vendors that have creative ideas and solutions, reputable experience, and can operate as an extension of your company will take all of that work off your plate (oh, and making you look like a rock star!). P.S. Check out our last blog for the number one questions you need to ask to make sure that you are getting the best team possible.

Stay tuned each week for more tips on planning your most successful event yet. If you would like to reserve your event date, see what we are all about, or get more tips sooner, contact us today! We look forward to hearing from you.

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