Make Your Best Company Event Yet

Best corporate event e-v-e-r

Office Manager. Office Coordinator. Secretary. Receptionist. You’ve heard it all. All the different combinations for your title. They all say the same: the person whose job it is to make sure everything ticks like clockwork.

It’s a great job, and somebody has to do it.

Who else is going to ensure there’re bagels, coffee, and paper in the copy machine? Who’ll respond to the tens of daily requests, hundreds of phone calls, and be prepared for whatever may come up? People may think you’re crazy, but the truth is you love it, don’t you? You love the sense of control and satisfaction you get knowing that no one can do what you do. You feel proud when you can anticipate a problem even before someone brings it up. And You love facilitating smooth operations that help the team focus on driving your business forward.

 

How to plan a corporate event and stay alive

We’re pretty sure that you are a big fan of corporate event planning. That’s probably when you feel your creativity comes into full play, that special sauce that says, “I know my company, and I know what will work.” We bet you make sure that each event tops the previous one, and the one before that. But the truth is that each time, it becomes a little more challenging. How can you keep it fresh and surprise your colleagues? True, there’s Pinterest, and there are blogs on “10 ideas to disrupt your event”. You’ve read them all, bought the T-shirt. Now what?

I’ll show you mine if you show me yours.

The solution is quite simple (it’s incredible how hindsight 20/20 works). By now, you’ve planned some successful events, so how about joining our “wall of inspiration” contest, share your creative idea, inspire others, and get a chance to win $1,000. The “wall of inspiration” allows planners to dive into a database of fresh, proven ideas with all the needed information to implement it.

Are you in?

If you are interested, sign up here, and I’ll add you to our ever-growing community of event planners to share ideas, vendors, tips, and thoughts on producing company events.

p.s. I promise not to forward your details to anyone or use your details in any inappropriate manner. Scout’s honor.

Start planning your next corporate event right here!