Corporate Events

No Vacancy: Corporate Events That Fill Your Weekdays

Many venues fill up their Saturdays, but struggle to book events on the other days. If your weekdays aren’t booked, your venue is leaving money behind.

  • Market your venue for holiday, office, and corporate parties
  • How charity events open the door to high-dollar bookings
  • Best ways to connect with key corporate decision maker

A Whale Of A Sale: Customers Ten Times Larger Than The Rest

The heart of any small business is its clients. Who can afford to pay top dollar and buy from you again and again? Who will max out their spend on each event and make your business feel invincible? The answer is corporate customers.

  • Be the archiect of your corporate sales plan
  • Prospecting strategies to capture the biggest accounts in your area
  • Mistakes that will cost you big accounts

Taking Care Of Business: Expand To Corporate Event Planning Terrica, Chief Planner & Designer, Cocktails & Details

Many planners fill up their Saturdays, but struggle to book events on the other days. If your weekdays are empty, your planner business is leaving money on the table.

  • How to expand to holiday, charity, and corporate parties
  • Network your way to the right people
  • Shortcuts to the Preferred List

Climb The Corporate Ladder: Offer Corporate Event Management

From national meetings to stellar galas you can align their goals with your reality. Corporate event planners enjoy the freedom that corporate customers allow.

  • Corporate planning checklist
  • Planning trade shows, product launches, business dinners, and conferences
  • Charity, team building, incentive vacations, and board meeting ideas

Branching Out: Florals For Corporate, Charity, And Galas

Flowers and a full calendar make everything better. Are you ready to even out your cash flow and book more corporate events?

  • Market florals to holiday, office, and corporate parties
  • How charity events open the door to high-dollar bookins
  • Best ways to connect with key corporate decision maker

In Good Company: Expand To Corporate Clientele

Many caterers fill up their Saturdays, but struggle to book the rest of the week. If your weekdays aren’t booked, your catering business is leaving money on the table.

  • Market your catering services for holiday, office, mitzvahs, and corporate parties
  • Get on charity gala lists in your area
  • Best ways to connect with key corporate decision makers