If you’ve ever found yourself responsible for organizing a business event, you probably ended up a little in over your head at least once. Event planning is an overwhelming task for anyone and but doing it for work can be downright nerve-wracking.
But, it doesn’t have to be! With the right tricks, planning an event is no problem. Use the following tips to make sure your event goes smoothly:
Team meetings are crucial to a business’ success and growth; they can help employees bond and brainstorm new and inventive ideas. But, in reality, most meetings are uninspired and end up rarely producing anything new.
It’s the manager’s job to organize engaging meetings to meet company goals, but doing so in innovative ways can be hard. Here are some simple tips on how to create a stimulating meeting environment:
Location, location, location: an undeniable truth of real estate—and photography. When it comes to a corporate photo or video shoot, the location can make or break it.
Successful brands understand the value of a great location, and they know exactly what it takes to spot one. If you’re looking for the perfect indoor location for a shoot, keep reading for tips on how to find it:
Feng Shui, the Chinese practice of harmonizing people with their environments, is often closely associated with decorating homes. But did you know that you can practice Feng Shui in your work and event space NY? We spend a lot of time in our work spaces, so it’s important they feed our productivity. Even if you’re limited with the furniture you have and how things can be moved, there are many simple ways you can change the vibe of your work space. We’ve gathered a few tips on incorporating Feng Shui into your event space NY, so keep reading to find out how!
Like most people in the world, you probably aren’t your best self when you’re tired. A sleepy brain is a muddled mind, and studies have shown that going 24 hours without sleep is like being drunk. If you wouldn’t show up to work drunk, why show up exhausted? Though the other option, staying home in bed and sleeping all day, sounds perfect, it’s unfortunately not realistic. So, here are some tips on how to stay high energy when you’re fatigued at work!
As the internet continues to develop, the number of things we’re able to do with it is ever-growing as well. From social media to email, we have access to every important account and document at the tip of our fingers. However, this also means that cyber-criminals can easily gain that same access. You may be thinking, “don’t cyber crimes only happen on computers?” The answer to that is no! We keep tons of important and sensitive information, like bank numbers and passwords, on our phones. So, it’s really important to keep your mobile device safe, which will in turn keep your corporate event venue NYC safe. Here are a few tips on how to do so!
Let’s face it: things are expensive. And when you’re planning an event for a crowd of any size, things can get more than a little pricey. But just because you’re on a budget doesn’t mean your party has to look it! There are plenty of cheap, and sometimes free, ways to dress up a space. Here are two of the best ways to make your cheap event space NYC look like a million bucks!
Top o’ the morning! What’s the craic? If you’ve started to notice four leaf clovers everywhere you go, you’re not going mad! This Sunday, March 17, 2018 is St. Patrick’s Day, though NYC has been serving up Irish fun all month long. This weekend, however, takes the cake–or pot of gold! We’ve compiled an itinerary of New York City events that are sure to send you right over the rainbow, so grab your green, get geared up, and let’s go!
This year’s flu season has been particularly brutal, and it’s only expected to get worse. As the weather begins to change from the cold winds of winter to the fresh showers of spring, more people are at risk of getting sick, so it’s important we take precautions to protect ourselves and others. Below, we have a few tips on how to avoid getting a cold or the flu, as well as ways to germ-proof your NYC cheap event space!