Category: Event Planning

  • 5 Questions with SPIN

    The game of ping-pong has moved out of the basement and into the nightlife scenes of eight major cities, thanks to a pair of best friends and a dream. SPIN is a network of ping-pong social clubs — and a Tripleseat customer — located in New York, Chicago, San Francisco, Toronto, Philadelphia, Seattle, Austin, and […]

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  • The Best Holiday Event Decor and Entertainment for Any Budget

    Event hosts and guests have increased their standards for additional touches that can elevate the private dining and event experience, and the holiday season has proven to be no exception. They’re looking to venues for more than just a cocktail party or a sit-down dinner. This can come into play through the entertainment portion and […]

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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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  • 9 Reasons Why Event Professionals are Awesome

    Did you know that there’s a special holiday for event professionals? Tuesday, Oct. 23 is Event Organizer’s Day. And why shouldn’t there be a holiday? Event professionals have a big impact on the economy. The events industry generates more than 5.9 million jobs in the United States, and event professionals help to produce a GDP that’s […]

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  • A Chef’s Perspective on Events

    A chef is one of the most important parts of any event. And that’s why event planners need to establish a good relationship with them. We assembled a panel of chefs recently at our annual EventCamp to share advice with event planners on how to best work with chefs to make sure that everything 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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