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Situation Report: Strategies for Reducing Staff Costs

Business owners who have the “luxury” of keeping some employees find themselves having to choose which people to keep or let go. Speak with employees to determine what other skill sets they have with the hope the company can save some jobs.

There’s Never a Bad Time to Think About Risk

Any time humans convene, there are risks. Labor strikes, political unrest, natural disasters, cyber attacks, and deadly viruses can threaten even the most well-planned events. The key to surviving the potential impact of these types of threats lies in having a framework for mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery in place.

8 Tips for an Efficient Check-In Process

Check-in is your first opportunity to create a fantastic experience. It sets the tone for the rest of the event, and it can have a direct impact on your guests’ mood and attitude.

Effective, Low-Cost Ways to Market Your Fundraiser

Whether you’re holding a fundraiser for the first time or the tenth time, you need to market it. Without overthinking all the clever tactics or paid marketing opportunities (your last option if you’re trying to raise money), try picking the low-hanging fruit.

Technology and the Modern Wedding

More and more weddings involve technology beyond music and videography. When the bride and groom want spectacular, there is plenty of technical wizardry available to make that special day even more memorable.

3 Tips to Polish Your Pitch

The goal of an elevator pitch is to elicit a referral or opportunity in a short time. The more you can hone in on the most attention grabbing and memorable qualities of your business, the more likely you will generate leads and business prospects.

Marketing Your Event in a Digital World

Attendee acquisition is becoming more complex. In addition to traditional marketing channels, there are several event-centric, non-traditional digital marketing and advertising platforms now available. Find out more about the options.
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