12 Must-haves on an Event Budget Checklist

August 28, 2014 by Cameron Clark

 

Company parties are easily every employee’s favorite event. It’s a fun way to get together and get to know co-workers! However, every company is faced with cutting costs, and parties for employees are usually the first line items to get the axe on a tight budget. Well, we’re here to tell you that that your company can still offer an amazing company party without breaking the bank!

From finding incredible deals on décor, to affordable activities and economical entertainment, we have 12 …

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Be the Office Hero! Try a Happy Hour Cruise in NYC

August 27, 2014 by Cameron Clark

 

The day is over, you need a spot for a post-work drink, and the corner bar with the stale beer and terrible jukebox just isn’t cutting it. Try something new. Hop on a happy hour cruise in NYC. Get a crew of friends (or coworkers, if you really want to be an office hero) together for one of Hornblower’s new Alive After Five or Rock the Yacht! Cruises.

The Alive After Five Cruise departs Tuesday-Sunday from 6-8PM out of the South …

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5 Common Event Mistakes

August 26, 2014 by Cameron Clark

 

We’ve all made mistakes when planning a party. It happens. It’s hard to anticipate how an event will play out, and problems can arise at every turn. Whether the caterer is late, the projector won’t work, or the bar has run out of mixers, the smallest mistake can make or break your party.

Here are five common event mistakes that you should avoid at all costs in order to pull off an epic event:

NOT ALLOWING EMPLOYEES TO BRING A PLUS-ONE: Sometimes the budget won’t allow it, …

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6 Surprising Statistics That Prove Your Company Needs a Party

August 19, 2014 by Cameron Clark

 

Take a look at your employees. Are they slouching in their chairs? Are their eyes glazed over from looking at the screen too long? When you see your employees at that stage, it’s time for a party!

Take a look at these 6 surprising statistics that show your company is in dire need of a party.

Rewarding your employees increase retention by 33%
Non-stressed employees cost their companies 46% less in operational costs
A good relationship with their manager is one of the top five …

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