Category: Event Planning

  • This Week in Hospitality

    Can you believe it’s almost the end of September? I feel like just yesterday it was the 4th of July. Hospitality moves as fast, if not faster than summer does, so I know how difficult it can be to keep up with industry news and events. That’s why I spent a little time each day […]

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  • Big Event Fail: A Basement Flood

    As we have learned from our Big Event Fail posts, some things are just out of the event or sales manager’s control. In some situations, all you can do is react in the moment to handle the chaos at hand as quickly and smoothly as possible, all while saving the event for the client. Within […]

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  • Big Event Fail: The Missing Burlap Table Runners

    As event managers know, the day of any event is finally the time to put all of your planning into action and show the guest just how wonderful your team is by running the event without a hitch. Once the big event day arrives, it’s go time, so it’s understandable how if the event manager […]

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  • 10 Questions with Celeste in Chicago

    If you’re in Chicago and looking for a venue to host your next corporate cocktail hour, wedding reception, or night of dancing to flashing disco lights — look no further than Celeste. Located on Hubbard Street in Chicago’s River North neighborhood, Celeste is a one-stop-shop for all kinds of events, housing four unique experiences on […]

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  • EventCamp 2019 Beyond the Data: Achieving Sales + Profitability

    With 10 locations nationwide and 4,000 events per year, the Rosa Mexicano team has become extremely skilled at driving new bookings. During this year’s EventCamp, Amira Gertz, Director of Catering & Events at Rosa Mexicano, shared the practical tips that her team has developed to achieve sales and profitability that can be adapted for just […]

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  • Big Event Fail: A Contract Mistake

    An event contract is like the holy grail of any event. It holds every little detail event planners need in order to ensure their client receives exactly what they requested. The client also looks at the contract in this light, making sure that the venue isn’t missing out on anything they’d planned for their event. […]

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  • EventCamp 2019: Key Reports for Success

    There are new rules that apply to hospitality sales, and they focus around working smarter, not harder. “The old way of thinking is that sales is a numbers game. You cast a wide net to anyone you can and you’re bound to find somebody who you can sell to. It’s all about luck and chance,” […]

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  • 13 Amenities Your Hotel Needs to Drive Corporate Event Bookings

    The need for corporate event venues is on the rise, with meeting, convention, and event planners expecting an 11% increase in growth between now and 2026.   Hotels can take advantage of this opportunity to attract corporate clients if they have the amenities that companies are looking for in an event venue. We took a look […]

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