Category: Events Industry

  • 6 Things Hotels and Restaurants Need to Book More Weddings

    Did you know that we’re in the middle of “Proposal Season”? According to The Knot, 37 percent of couples get engaged between November and February. And soon, these couples are going to get started on planning their ceremonies and receptions. Most of that planning is going to happen online, so now is the time to […]

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  • Tickets for East and West Coast EventCamp Conferences Now Available

    Tripleseat, the leading web-based event sales and management platform, announced today that EventCamp, their fourth-annual conference for restaurant and hotel sales and event professionals, will for the first time feature an East Coast as well as West Coast conference. New for this year, the West Coast conference will be held at Area 15 in Las Vegas on April 14, with the East […]

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  • Trend Report: 2020

    If there’s one thing that stands the test of time when talking about the events industry, it’s that what’s “in” one day could very well be “out” the next. When you work in a business that’s all about pleasing your guests, it’s important to stay on top of these ever-changing trends. Anticipating the next big […]

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  • Sales 101: Going Back to Basics

    The word is out — events are good business, which means that getting people to book at your venue is becoming more competitive. So how do you make your business stand out? What are some steps you can take to make people want to book with you over the other venues they are considering? At […]

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  • Essential Steps to Career Advancement for the Event Professional

    A mentor once told me “the biggest room in the house is the room for improvement.” Career development is a lifelong process of learning, changes, and growth. Whether you’re a first-time server, seasoned event manager, or someone who wishes to open their very own restaurant someday, there is always something to learn and improve on. […]

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  • Five Questions with Monday Night Brewing

    Since Monday Night Brewing’s first Midtown Atlanta location opened in 2013 followed by its Garage location in 2017, the brewery has attracted many Atlanta residents for its deeply held core values, inviting atmosphere, and delicious beer. We spoke with Shakia Hollis, Monday Night’s Director of Private Events and Community Engagement, about the story behind the […]

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  • This Week in Hospitality

    I’ve always loved the start of a new year. It’s the perfect time to make those meaningful changes in your life, whether personal or professional. Unfortunately, it can also be a challenging time of year for many businesses, especially those related to hospitality. Winter months often bring with them a lull in patronage, and it […]

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  • Easy Event Menu Guide: Cocktails and Small Bites

    We are right in the middle of the holiday season, and you may be looking for some holiday-themed cocktails and small bites to spruce up your menu. We’ve pulled together seven drink recipes and seven small bite recipes that you can easily add to your next event that can be customized to each customers needs […]

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  • This Week in Hospitality

    This week in hospitality brings you some great intel on 2019 food, and dining trends along with a sound argument for selling gift cards, and a seasonal hit to the french fry industry. In 2019, the rich ate dead, beautiful birds In an industry overflowing with meat alternatives, it’s surprising to think that eating actual […]

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