Category: Event Planners Perspective

  • How Tripleseat Helps a Texas Food Hall Manage Events

    Legacy Food Hall, a 55,000 square foot food and entertainment destination in Plano, Texas, has no problem bringing in business on the weekends. The weekdays are a little more challenging, according to Steve Smith, Director of Sales. That’s when Legacy Food Hall works to fill those slower days with as many private dining bookings as […]

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  • Big Event Fail: A Double-Booking Fiasco

    It’s a question that keeps event professionals up all night: “Did I double-book?” In this week’s Big Event Fail post, Sarah Dunn, event manager at Monroe, explains the consequences of accidentally double-booking her venue for a particularly large group. The chaotic behind-the-scenes of going through the booking process with a potential customer ended up leading […]

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  • How 2 Venues Boosted Sales Up to $10,000 a Month With Tripleseat

    Nashville has been in the spotlight the last few years as one of America’s hottest cities — it’s experienced a surge of job growth, new residents, and new businesses, including a booming restaurant and foodie scene. So it’s no surprise that two of A. Marshall Hospitality’s Nashville venues — Deacon’s New South and Puckett’s — […]

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  • Big Event Fail: A Menu Mix-Up

    We all experience failures on the job. It happens to the best of us. When we fail, the important part comes afterward, when we analyze what happened, learn what we did wrong, improve from our mistakes, and share those lessons with others.  Our new blog feature, Big Event Fail, is a way for us to […]

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  • The Sweetest Venues in St. Louis

    When you walk into The Caramel Room at Bissinger’s and their sister space, Lumen, you know you’re entering something special. Both buildings have a long history in downtown St. Louis, and the architecture to match. But they’ve also been transformed into modern event spaces that are frequently sought after by couples, corporate planners, and anyone […]

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  • What Event Planners are Looking for in Your Venue

    Getting corporate event planners to notice your venue can mean a huge boost in revenue. No matter the size of your space, spreading the word about your venue should be one of your main business priorities. Implementing marketing strategies that work can help you draw in small local businesses, but it can also attract corporate […]

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  • EventCamp 2019: How Relationships, Marketing, Reports, and More Can Grow Event Bookings

    Tripleseat’s 2019 EventCamp for restaurant and hotel sales and event professionals didn’t have an official theme, but one topic kept coming up throughout this year’s annual conference: the importance of maintaining relationships. Ali McQueen Cannon, Manager of Global Accounts, at HelmsBriscoe, expressed how relationships with event professionals at restaurants, hotels, and unique venues, factor into […]

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  • 5 Questions with Zuma

    Since its debut in 2002, Zuma restaurants have grown in popularity and in numbers. The Zuma brand, a sophisticated twist on Japanese Izakaya dining co-founded by Rainer Becker and Arjun Waney, is on its way to world domination. It has a presence in the United States, and locations in the United Kingdom, Italy, Turkey, the […]

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