Category: Events Industry

  • Rooftop Venues 101: 6 Tips to Keep in Mind

    With the first day of spring approaching and temperatures starting to warm up next month, it’s the perfect time to start planning and hosting events on a scenic rooftop. From corporate team-building retreats to wedding receptions and everything in between, an expansive rooftop venue provides a built-in view, and a space you can make your […]

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  • Sales Event Email Templates

    While we go through the COVID-19 tunnel, there is some light. The vaccine is currently being distributed and many feel the general public will start to get access in early Q2 (fingers crossed). Venues need to start thinking about how they are going to jump-start their event business. The easiest (and least expensive) way of […]

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  • 25 Stress-Free Days for the Holidays Instagram Photo Challenge

    Happy holiday season, event professionals! 2020 has been a challenging year for the hospitality industry, so we created a fun Instagram photo challenge as a way to de-stress this year through some good old competition. Be sure to follow the Tripleseat Instagram account to see all postings about the challenge.  Here are the rules: Post […]

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  • Two Chicks, Three Seats Episode 27: How a Bride and Venue Operations Manager Successfully Pulled Off a Wedding During COVID-19

    While events may not look the same today as in a pre-COVID-19 world, they are still happening at a much smaller scale. Hosts and event managers are getting creative with guest lists, activities, social distancing, food service, and decor in order to allow for the event to take place while following CDC guidelines. These changes […]

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  • This Week in Hospitality: June 2020 Week 2

    There is just too much going on in the world right now to write a blissful introduction to this week’s edition of This Week in Hospitality, so I’ll just say this: here are my top five hospitality stories from this past week.   1. One day in June Last week, Eater asked an international team […]

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  • This Week in Hospitality

    This week marked the beginning of the reopening of all 50 states in some way or another. While several states began lifting restrictions over a month ago, others just began to allow curbside pickup at non-essential businesses this week. What does all of this mean for the hospitality industry? Well that depends on where you’re […]

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  • This Week in Hospitality

    Day 754 of the shutdown … at least it feels like it is. Luckily, there is some hope on the horizon. As of today, 29 states have allowed restaurants to reopen for dine-in service of some kind, or intend to do so soon. But with this return to a bit of normalcy comes a lot […]

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  • Two Chicks, Three Seats Episode 9: Navigating the Paycheck Protection Program and Safety Protocols in the Restaurant Industry

    Whether you are a restaurant employer or employee, there are many important aspects you must consider in order to protect yourself before returning back to work — both mentally and physically. That is why this week on Tripleseat’s Two Chicks, Three Seats podcast, Kate and I discuss some of these major aspects, including the Paycheck […]

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