Category: EventCamp

  • Cocktails and Events are a Good Mix

    It’s time for event planners to think beyond the open bar. According to Benjamin Wood, Beverage Director at Distilled, and Anne Louise Marquis, brand ambassador for Campari, attendees are craving cocktails. “The cocktail – I think – is the perfect vehicle to be impressive to your guests whenever you’re hosting or throwing an event,” said […]

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  • How to Implement Social Media Campaigns to Promote Events in 2017

    Social media marketing is more crucial than ever for restaurants and venues. It’s how potential customers are finding you. More than half of buyers use social media to research a product. Since most of them are using Facebook, it makes sense for event managers to focus their social media marketing efforts on the platform. Robbie […]

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  • Secrets to Building a Successful Event Sales Program

    When restaurateur John DeLucie opened his restaurant, Bedford & Co., he knew that events would be the key to success. “If you don’t have events … in the restaurant business, it’s very, very difficult to remain profitable,” John said. So he hired Shira Spiewak, whose consulting firm, Shira Spiewak Events, consults with restaurants on implementing event […]

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  • What Does the Future Look Like for the Event Business?

    Virtual reality technology is not a tool that most event planners are thinking about right now to enhance their business. But, according to Chris Ochoa, Co-Founder of Focus VR, virtual reality can help venues leverage their most valuable asset: their space. Chris spoke at EventCamp, our first conference ever for Event Managers, about how virtual reality […]

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  • How to Work with Your Competition and Create a Network

    There’s an instinct – no matter what industry you’re in – to be wary of people who also do what you do: the competition. But it doesn’t have to be that way. There’s no reason that event professionals need to isolate themselves. Getting together to ask questions, share tips, and seek advice can be beneficial […]

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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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  • EventCamp Exclusive: The First of Its Kind in NYC

    At EventCamp, a recent gathering for restaurant and hotel sales and marketing professionals, the highlight was to focus on one big idea: that venues who could execute both technology and a personal touch during their events were the ones guaranteed success. Every single time. The goal was for attendees to walk away with some actionable […]

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