Category: Party Planners

  • How to Turn Your Event Management Job Into a Thriving Career

    It’s no secret that event managers have one of the most stressful jobs on the planet. Not everyone can do this job; it takes a certain kind of person to conquer that stress and meticulously work through all of the large and small details to produce an amazing event experience. And you should be rewarded […]

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  • Tripleseat Reveals 2018’s Most Booked Venues in Austin

    Tripleseat, the leading web-based event sales and management platform, today revealed 10 of the most booked venues in Austin just in time for the SXSW Conference and Festival in March. Tripleseat services over 5,000 unique venues, restaurants and hotels to help increase event sales and streamline the planning process. The software is used by over […]

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  • Events Uncorked: Choosing the Right Wine

    Bordeaux wines have a reputation — old-fashioned vintages that are really expensive and mostly ordered by snobby elites. Wine educator Philippe Newlin says that’s not the Bordeaux he knows. “Bordeaux is this region, where for 2,000 years has been at it, and believe it or not, they’re pretty good at it. And there are a […]

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  • How Tripleseat Helps Event Planners Save Time

    Anyone who works in the event planning industry knows that each event they manage takes a lot of hours and a lot of effort to pull off. If you think about all of the tasks involved with each event, and consider the fact that almost half of event professionals plan more than 10 events a […]

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  • 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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  • 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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  • 3 Ways That Experiences Can Make Your Restaurant Stand Out

    There’s a pub down the street from where I live that I’m addicted to and it’s not because of the food. Every week, they host musical bingo, a Cards Against Humanity Night, karaoke, and sometimes special locally sourced dinners. My friend Denise and I arrive every Thursday at 8 pm on the dot to play […]

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