Category: Event Planners Perspective

  • Events Uncorked: Choosing the Right Wine

    Bordeaux wines have a reputation — old-fashioned vintages that are really expensive and mostly ordered by snobby elites. Wine educator Philippe Newlin says that’s not the Bordeaux he knows. “Bordeaux is this region, where for 2,000 years has been at it, and believe it or not, they’re pretty good at it. And there are a […]

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  • The Rise of the Pop-Up: How to Create an Event Experience

    Asking your customers to expect the unexpected from your events is a strategy that actually works. Alexis Cervasio has done it for her pop-up business, and she guarantees that event planners can successfully adopt her strategy for their venues. Cervasio founded East Boston Oysters, a secret supper club. She organizes events that are always in […]

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  • How to Use Data to Make Smart Decisions for Your Events Business

    Data can tell you a lot about your events business. But are you using it the right way to make smarter decisions? Charlee Williamson, Executive Vice President of the Ralph Brennan Restaurant Group, says that events businesses need to do more to make sure they’re on track to bring in more revenue. “If you’re not thinking […]

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  • What Planners Are Really Looking for In a Venue

    Event planners are on the go every minute of the day as they search for venues and plan multiple events. With so much going on, how can you make your venue stand out? Our panel of experts — Lisa Flores of Columbus Hospitality Group , Courtney Church of Corinthian Events, Jeanette R. Patenaude of Ropes & […]

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  • Five Questions with Les Sablons

    Les Sablons opened a year ago in the Harvard Square neighborhood of Cambridge, Mass., and it has already made a big impact. Les Sablons was also a semifinalist for the 2018 James Beard Award for Best New Restaurant. The metropolitan restaurant is one of several successful ventures of Boston restaurateur Garrett Harker and the team […]

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  • EventCamp 2018 Recap: Learning, Inspiration, and Community for More Than 200 Event Professionals

    Tripleseat’s EventCamp conference recently brought more than 200 restaurant and hotel sales and event professionals to Boston to learn from experts and colleagues on how to increase sales, stay on top of trends, work smarter using technology and data, and grow their business. This year’s event, held at City Winery Boston, was the second EventCamp […]

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  • Why Restaurants Are All In for Private Dining Spaces

    Despite a lagging economy, the limits of the business expense account, and perception that entertaining is a waste of a company dollars, restaurants have embraced and jumped at the private dining or group dining strategy. Through renovations or new builds, most restaurants have added a private dining room or rooms as a way to attract […]

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  • What Corporate Event Planners Want From Your Venue

    Event managers for restaurants, hotels and unique venues know corporate events are easier to plan and more profitable than social events. There are $1.8 million events hosted in the US annually, 50% of which are attended by less than 50 people. Corporate meetings with less than 100 attendees alone make up 71% of the event meeting […]

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