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22 Indoor Venues seating up to 5000 people. 
80 sq. ft. to 32000 sq. ft. space

Manpho Convention Centre, Nagawara, Bangalore – An ideal location for Weddings, Banquets, Marriage Functions, Wedding Receptions, Engagements, Exhibitions, Birthday Parties, Parties, and Corporate Events.

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We have the facilities to make each event a grand success. Choose from 22 Indoor venues with a seating capacity from 5 to 5000 people and space from 80 sq. ft. to 32000 sq. ft. Whatever the event requirement, we have the facilities, halls, team, and infrastructure to make it a memorable one.

Hall Details:

Royal Hall
Size: 32000 sq. ft.
Capacity: 5000 people

Legacy1 Hall
Size: 26724 sq. ft.
Capacity: 4000 people

Legacy2 Hall
Size: 21839 sq. ft.
Capacity: 3000 people

Legacy3 Hall
Size: 12711 sq. ft.
Seating: 2000 people

Kingston Hall
Size: 8000 sq. ft.
Seating: 1500 people

Opera Hall
Size: 5040 sq. ft.
Seating: 1000 people

Oxford1 Hall
Size: 3520 sq. ft.
Seating: 550 people

Oxford2 Hall
Size: 3520 sq. ft.
Seating: 550 people

Cambridge Hall
Size: 2781 sq. ft.
Seating: 250 people

Aston Hall
Size: 1431 sq. ft.
Seating: 160 people

Hamilton Hall
Size: 1850 sq. ft.
Seating: 155 people

Sterling Hall
Size: 1650 sq. ft.
Seating: 150 people

Windsor Hall
Size: 2280 sq. ft.
Seating: 150 people

Boston Hall
Size: 1431 sq. ft.
Seating: 125 people

Carlton Hall
Size: 1431 sq. ft.
Seating: 100 people

Manchester Hall
Size: 960 sq. ft.
Seating: 100 people

Richmond Hall
Size: 1026 sq. ft.
Seating: 85 people

Derby Hall
Size: 571 sq. ft.
Seating: 40 people

Kent Hall
Size: 571 sq. ft.
Seating: 40 people

MCC Conference2 Hall
Size: 84 sq. ft.
Seating: 5 people

MCC Conference3 Hall
Size: 84 sq. ft.
Seating: 5 people

ME Conference1 Hall
Size: 96 sq. ft.
Seating: 5 people

ME Conference2 Hall
Size: 96 sq. ft.
Seating: 5 people

ME Conference3 Hall
Size: 96 sq. ft.
Seating: 5 people

Spectrum1 and Spectrum2 Open Grounds
Size: 5 Acres
Seating: 10000 People

Size in Sq. Feet and Seating facilities in various halls of Manpho Convention Centre, Bangalore

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Tips For Corporate Event Management

Looking to build a corporate event management plan but not sure where to begin? Check out this article to learn the top best practices that lead to a strong corporate event management strategy—in 2019 and beyond.

Live events have become a key part of marketing efforts for both B2B and B2C companies. According to Event Marketing 2019: Benchmarks and Trends Report, events are the single most effective channel for achieving business goals. However, the amount of moving pieces with an event is significantly greater than those in an email marketing campaign or social media campaign.

The key to any successful marketing campaign is to make the process repeatable so that campaign success is always attainable. The process must be converted into a scalable plan that can be reapplied to future marketing initiatives. The same goes for events.

In the following section, we’ll review the best practices for launching a corporate event strategy.

For more information on the latest trends and best practices in corporate event management, read the Event Marketing 2019: Benchmarks and Trends Report.

Set Overarching Goals

Diving straight into an event strategy without properly defining the goals of the event can lead to poor results. That’s why it’s essential to set aside ample time to articulate the objectives for an event. This process can also give your team the opportunity to come up with other creative corporate event ideas.

Be thorough with this initial goal-setting process so that each successive step falls in line with the bigger picture.

  • Define Your Audience: Whether you are launching a B2C or B2B event marketing campaign, targeting a large group of individuals as part of a general brand awareness strategy or a small ring of executives as part of a focused multi-touch marketing strategy will determine the ultimate aims of your event.
  • Make it all measurable – Setting goals that are not measurable will make it difficult to understand the impact of your event. With each main objective, attach a relevant event KPI to keep track of its progress and measure performance over time.
  • Standardize metrics across events – Establishing metrics isn’t always enough. If your event strategy consists of a portfolio of different events, you’ll want to ensure consistent metrics across all event campaigns. This significantly assists with the post-event data analysis because a colorized view of all event data will yield the most insightful and actionable results.
  • Align goals across teams – Perhaps the most important aspect of the goal-setting process is to ensure alignment across the marketing and sales teams. Having a shared objective and tethering that KPI to the performance of each team will incentivize both groups to work together. Cari Goodrich, Senior Events Director at Looker, also emphasizes the importance of marketing-sales alignment for event strategy:

Manage Your Contacts Database

Once the goals have been solidified, the next step is to organize and define the audience you’ll want to target. Having a clean and reliable contact database is important for not only the event at hand but for all future event marketing campaigns.

  • Integrate with your CRM – Firstly, make sure to sync your event software with your customer relationship management platform. This provides a central location for all contact info and makes running your campaigns much easier as you won’t have to hop in and out of platforms to target different audiences. You may also be interested in exploring other event software integrations.
  • Segment audiences – Once all of your contact data in one place, use filtering capabilities to segment the audience based on different properties such as job type or industry. This will help you keep an inventory of the number of contacts you have for each category as well as assist you in executing targeted marketing campaigns, which we’ll discuss in the next section.
  • Ensure GDPR compliance – All of these contact management best practices should be prefaced with the fact that GDPR will largely influence your handling of this info. Although enacted in the European Union, the General Data Protection Regulation applies to all companies who interact with EU citizens. This means that nearly every corporation must be thorough and transparent with their data handling. Event data security should be of the highest priority and outlining how your company is GDPR compliant will be important to maintain a trusting relationship with your audience.

Promote The Event

Event promotion is how you spread awareness, build anticipation and ultimately drive registrations. Because there are many ways to market your event, using a multi-channel event marketing approach for event promotion will ensure that you are taking advantage of all resources.

  • Website – Given that the event website will be the primary touch point for potential attendees, it should encompass all of the strengths of your event while being packaged neatly into your brand aesthetic. Articulate how your event stands out from the rest and makes sure to maintain visual brand consistency throughout. Check out this example of a strong event website by Namely:The simple, on-brand colors and clear value propositions of Namely’s annual user conference make it memorable for the website visitor. For more inspiration, check out this list of event websites that drive registration.
  • Email marketing – As mentioned in the previous section, segmentation is crucial for effective campaigns and this especially rings true for email marketing. Segmenting emails based on industry, location, industry, and other contact properties will yield higher open and click-through rates. Each segment should have its own triggered workflow that sends an email after a certain action, such as opening the previous email or visiting a certain page on the event website. Having a series of emails based on behavior will make the experience much more personalized and relevant for the recipient.
  • Social media – The key to social media campaigns for events is to maintain uniformity. Use the same hashtag and handle across platforms so people know how to refer to your event on social media. Additionally, devise a social media content calendar at least one month in advance to make sure people have posts to engage with, keeping your social media buzz healthy leading up to the event.
  • Content marketing – Whether it be blog posts, video series or a combination of both, content marketing is always a great way to spread awareness about your event. Serial content works well because it gives your audience a reason to continually come back to your page for new content. The example below shows a video compilation promoting the annual Dreamforce conference:

This behind-the-scenes video series makes people want to know more about the event while also keeping it top-of-mind as the registration deadline gets closer.

Drive Online Event Registration

Event promotion is all about spreading awareness for your event. Moving further down the corporate event marketing funnel, you’ll want to have specific campaigns dedicated to driving people to register for your event. Whether your goal is generating revenue from ticket sales or building relationships with prospects and customers, you need people to register for your event.

  • Early bird tickets – Let potential attendees know that there is only a limited time to purchase discounted tickets. Create campaigns around unique ticket types like early bird pricing to further the feeling of urgency and to spur action on their part. The following example shows how HubSpot brilliantly reminded people of their limited time offering through a humorous and timely email and gif. (More tips on increasing event ticket sales here.)
  • Promo codes – Once a person has registered for your event, generate a promo code they can share on their social media channels. If someone else completes registration with the code, the person who shared the code will receive a discount. You can also make it so that the person who uses the code also receives the discount. These are known as one-sided and double-sided incentives.
    This type of referral marketing has the potential to go viral so make sure your corporate event management software has such a feature. Below you can see how the Bizzabo platform facilitates this kind of marketing through a feature called Ticket Boost.
  • Remarketing campaigns – One strategy that complements the aforementioned event promotion strategies is remarketing (otherwise known as retargeting) ads. Remarketing can be done in many ways. One way is to serve ads to those who have visited your page using cookies on your event website.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Ruling Trends Of Event Management

The growing craze of taking events online for reaching out to a large number of people has brought major changes in the event management trends over the past few years. Technological advancements have taken event management a step further, leading to increased interactivity in the program.

Experts believe that growing importance on technology these days has made it the core of several trends coming up in 2012. Let’s take a look at the leading trends, which are expected to rule the event industry this year.

Use of Mobile “Apps” for Event Promotion

With the advancements in technology, there is expected to be an increased use of mobile applications for the promotion and marketing of the events. Now-a-days, the mobile devices, with their in-built applications, help promote audience engagement, interactivity, and networking. Using these mobile “apps”, organizers can communicate with their attendees and give live updates of the meeting. Some of the leading mobile audience response and networking apps includes VisionTree, Spotme, and so on. Barcode scanning and RFID are also becoming increasingly important for customized lead generation and tracking and reporting of registration status.

Use of Hybrid Elements in Events

The cost-conscious business environment in the post-recession period has encouraged the growth of hybrid meetings in recent years. Incorporating hybrid components, such as live broadcasts, video streaming, and others not only helps organizers plan event at a reduced cost, but also allows them to conduct it from a remote location.

Events Going Green

“Going green” is no more a slogan; rather, it is highly in practice these days. According to the veterans of the event industry, this is likely to be the buzzword in 2012. Organizers now focus on incorporating green elements in their events. It includes bio-diesel vehicles and biodegradable materials, locally sourced food, and reusable plants for decoration. Many event organizers are also using recyclable name badges in order to reduce on-site waste consumption. Water refill stations are also launched in order to replace bottled water.

Increased Social Media Interaction

With the increased popularity of social networking as a marketing ploy, event organizers are using the social media tools for the same. Experts believe that the use of social networking websites, such as Twitter and LinkedIn for interactive meetings will have exponential increase in 2012. The popularity of computer kiosks and Twitter boards that provide live updates of events is gradually increasing. At present, organizers are also making extensive use of Skype for providing instant assistance and “face to face” client interaction to achieve maximum attendee satisfaction.

 

 

 

 

 

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How to Organize and Curate a Successful Group Art Exhibition

One of the easiest ways to get your foot in the door at a gallery is to participate in a group art exhibition.

Instead of a gallery taking the chance on the collected works of one artist, they offer space to a group of artists creating work based on a common theme. The public is exposed to a wide variety of work, and the artists are able to exhibit at a gallery without completing an entire series of pieces.

Of course, there’s no reason why you have to just wait—and hope—that a group opportunity will come along. Here are 6 steps for organizing your own group art exhibition, from the ground up!

1. Develop a theme

A group exhibition usually hinges on a unique and dynamic theme. This theme links all the different works together, as each artist interprets the theme however they see fit.

You need to choose a theme that’s flexible enough to allow each artist the freedom to express his or herself, but also structured enough to create a cohesive collection of works.

Have a look at other group shows in your area and the kinds of themes they use. Which themes work, and which don’t? Then pick a theme that encompasses some of the successful ideas which you see working already.

2. Recruit artists and choose pieces

Find artists in your local community whose work you admire, and invite them to submit 1-3 pieces for the group show. Pitching prominent artists who have an established audience will help your show draw a crowd.

You can also put out a call for submissions on mailing lists and websites followed by artists in your community. Set a date for a couple of months away to give artists time to complete their pieces or put together a concept.

If you receive more submissions and responses than you have space at the gallery, you will have to choose the artists to display. You need to maintain a high quality of work, so ensure you choose pieces that are completed to a high standard. Choose a variety of mediums and styles, and focus on the artists who have the most unique interpretations of your theme.

With luck, you’ll acquire a solid collection of both established and up-and-coming artists who each submit between 1-5 pieces for the group exhibition.

3. Pitch the gallery

When you approach a gallery, you should have a written explanation of the concept behind your exhibition, plus at least 12 images to accompany the written report.

In that written report, you need to tell the gallery:

• The appearance, theme and aesthetic of the exhibition.

• The minimum size of the wall/floor area you need for the exhibition (and if there are any unusual requirements, such as projections or large constructions.)

• When the exhibition will be available. The more flexible your dates are, the better, as the gallery has a limited number of slots—each with individual requirements—to fill.

• How the exhibit will be mounted. What are the materials being used, and are there any health and safety factors to be considered?

• Whether or not you’re able to offer any educational elements alongside your exhibition, such as workshops, classes or lectures. This element of community outreach will raise your application to the top of the pile.

4. Write a press release

You’ll need to advertise the group exhibition and get as many mentions in local press as possible. The easiest way to do this is by sending out a press release. See my article on how to write a press release for your first solo show for tips on creating a press-ready release.

5. Install the artwork

One of the most exciting parts of organizing an exhibition is watching it all come together. As the pieces arrive at the gallery, it will be your job to oversee their installation.

The arrangement of a group show is vital to its success—you want to lead the viewer in a natural order around the pieces. Look to create unusual juxtapositions in the arrangement. Aim to surprise, stimulate and delight your viewer.

Always ask artists for their ideas on installation and placement—you don’t always have to listen to them, but they often have great ideas you haven’t thought of. Allow artists time to check their works are installed correctly.

6. Hold an opening

An opening event is a great way to stir up interest in your group show. Get all the artists involved to bring their peers, invite along some press and important people in the art world, have some music, some drinks and nibbles, and have a great time celebrating the work of local artists.

Organizing a group exhibition can be a lot of work, but it’s also very rewarding, and a great way to gain experience working with galleries. And, curating successful group exhibitions can also lead to other things, such as more curatorial work, or a position in a gallery.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Corporate Event Planning Checklist

When it comes to planning a company event, there is too much at stake for you to simply wing it. Just as a wedding planner spends months of planning to get every bit of detail down to the dot, you need to do the same for your corporate event.

This is made much easier with a planning checklist to make sure you have all your ducks lined up come event day. (more…)

Tips To Choose The Perfect Theme For Your Party

When you decide to hold an event, there are a huge number of decisions which need to be made.
One of the simplest ways to decide what direction your party should take is to pick a theme. Once you have chosen a theme, you can select food and drink, invitations, music and entertainment which fits in with your vision.
Here are our top tips for picking the perfect party theme: (more…)

Importance of Team-Building Activities for a Business

As a business owner, a cohesive team of employees might be imperative to your success. Because teamwork is so critical to a business’ success, team-building activities are vital. Team building activities will help in building a team which will work together in a friendly environment. Some of the qualities of team building activities are as listed:

Build Trust

Team-building activities can help develop trust among your employees. Trust is a critical component to business, especially when teamwork is required on a daily basis to achieve objectives and grow companies. According to John Castro, the CEO of Merrill Corporation, “Trust is critical in business because it can make or break a team, and business can no longer survive without teams.” Mutual trust fostered by team-building activities can allow your employees to depend more on one another and be more productive and efficient as a result. One team-building activity that can build trust pairs employees and requires them to maintain eye contact for at least 60 seconds without looking away. According to cloud collaboration company Huddle, this activity can make employees “become more comfortable and trusting of each other through the practicing of eye contact.”

Ease Conflicts

Depending on the varied personalities of your employees, unnecessary conflicts and disputes might arise. Team-building activities can play an important role in easing conflicts between coworkers by allowing employees to bond with one another and become more accustomed to each others’ personalities. To ease conflicts, use team-building activities that allow coworkers to get to know one another on a personal level. These type of exercises might include having each employee share three interesting personal facts about herself with the group. If conflicts in the office are an issue with your team, hold your team-building activities in a neutral location such as a retreat space, public park or rented hotel conference room where any sentiment from the office won’t be so palpable.

 

Increase Collaboration

Team-building activities can establish a stronger bond between coworkers who might blame one another when problems arise within shared business projects. This bond can help in increasing collaboration among employees during daily business activities. According to Inc. Magazine, an effective team is one with “a penchant for collaboration and a keep awareness of interdependency.” Assign team-building activities that require all employees to participate at once. For example, present your team with a hypothetical business problem, assign specific responsibilities to each employee and give the team an hour alone to solve together. During team-building activities, encourage employees to avoid blaming one another for solutions to hypothetical situations that might not work well.

Effective Communication

Through team-building activities, employees can learn how to better communicate with one another because they probably will be faced with activities that need to be solved as a group. For example, one activity could include giving one sheet of paper to each of your employees. Split your employees into two groups and ask them to compete in making the tallest structure out of the paper provided. These two groups will be forced to pool their resources and communicate to build the tallest paper structure. This type of communication practice can translate into more productive and efficient daily work and allow employees to function better as an overall team. During team-building activities, encourage your workers to verbalize issues as they arise in a calm and professional manner.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Important Aspects To Consider Before Planning an Event

Parties are a fun but planning them is an equally daunting task to achieve. As the day of your occasion starts getting closer, you leap into some frenzied situation that seems a bit difficult to resolve. Each and every event has its own level of planning. As you are well aware that birthdays are a lot easier to plan than weddings. Similarly, a corporate event requires different types of skills to organize. But, in a nutshell whether it’s a birthday, reception, engagement or an anniversary, every event requires consideration over certain aspects that cannot be ignored at any cost.
Here are some of the things that you should consider in your event planning checklist. (more…)

How to Organize and Curate a Successful Group Art Exhibition

One of the easiest ways to get your foot in the door at a gallery is to participate in a group art exhibition. Instead of a gallery taking the chance on the collected works of one artist, they offer space to a group of artists creating work based on a common theme. The public is exposed to a wide variety of work, and the artists are able to exhibit at a gallery without completing an entire series of pieces.

Of course, there’s no reason why you have to just wait—and hope—that a group opportunity will come along. Here are 6 steps for organizing your own group art exhibition, from the ground up! (more…)

Where to Have Your Event, Workshop Or Boot Camp ?

If you have decided to host your own event. It could be a workshop, a training intensive boot camp or even a multi speaker summit. After you have established your vision, objective and strategy, the next item to plan is your location. Here are some helpful tips for the site selection process. The first thing to narrow down in the site selection process is the area. This will mainly depend on where the attendees are. If you are planning a local workshop, it is easy. You will want to stay in the town your customers are in, or close to it. If you are in a major metropolitan area and you want to draw from different areas of the city, you may want to do a series of workshops and advertise in the local community papers.

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How to Organize a Concert

Organizing your own concert, show, gig, event, or whatever you want to call it, is a good way of gaining experience, getting yourself known, and possibly even making some money too. It’s not as difficult as it may sound. All that is needed is a little planning.

Before you start you need to be sure that if you are doing the concert yourself you have enough material to sing or play to keep your audience entertained, or if you plan to do a concert with other acts they too have sufficient material and are one hundred percent reliable. (more…)

Celebrate the Company’s day to motivate the employees

It’s celebration time! A great year went by and you have every right to enjoy your achievements. Organizing a do on your “Company Day” is all about celebrating your company’s success year after year and rewarding employees as well. Truly, when businesses do not celebrate, they have fewer successes in the future. Make no mistake, celebration is good!

Many entrepreneurs and managers tend to think that celebration is only about entertainment, food and drink. That’s a bit of a hangover from our childhood birthday parties, don’t you think? However, if you ponder over it for a moment, you will realize that food and drink is used just to set the stage. The celebration is really about coming together and recounting individual and collective achievements. Congratulate employees on how hard they worked, and highlight in public the ways in which their smartness and creativity helped the business achieve its goals. That being said, remember to retain the element of fun will show you how.

As the boss, you need to take partying very seriously indeed. You have an important role to play in organizing the company day, since it is you who needs to facilitate the reliving of pleasant memories. Set the ball rolling by addressing the group. Although it may seem a bit formal, a speech summarizing the highlights of the past year is certainly called for. Next, shift gears and invite participation from the group – ask them to describe how they accomplished what they did. Keep the tone open and informal, so that even the most reserved lose their inhibitions. In the unlikely event that someone brings up a problem or makes a critical remark, respond to them by saying that the company day celebration is in honor of all that was done right, and that you’d be happy to discuss the issue at another more appropriate occasion.

Encouraging employee participation brings many benefits. First of all, employees gain public recognition among their peers and colleagues. It also helps to transmit information across a wide cross section of people, which is otherwise not possible during day to day interactions. This type of sharing could not only prove inspirational to others, but also inculcate a spirit of healthy competition among peers. Therefore, the company day also offers the perfect occasion to announce team or individual performance awards.

Right, now that the rah-rah stuff is done with, let’s get down to business. It is party time, folks! Make sure the entertainment agenda for your company day event is as well planned as any of your business meetings. If you’re short on ideas, “Party Basics: Everything You Need for the World’s Best Party” will help you plan and organize your company day celebration. You could choose from a range of entertainment activities, depending on the size and composition of the group as well as the timing of the event. While there’s nothing better than loud music and a dance floor to get the juices flowing, you can inject some real tempo if you bring in a professional entertainer. Alternatively, team games are great to bond the guys together, provided the logistics can be managed.

It’s also important to close the event on a nice note. A customized memento commemorating the occasion is usually cherished and serves as a wonderful reminder of the day. Once these have been given away, make a short but heartfelt thank you speech, and end it by saying how you look forward to future celebrations. A company day does more to foster team spirit and a sense of belonging among employees than most structured training programs do. Use the opportunity well.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Corporate Party Ideas To Get Success

It is not easy to organize a successful party. Food, drinks and recorded music are fun, but since there are quite a lot of occasions to celebrate throughout the year, thrown repeatedly such parties soon get boring.

Why not – at least once or twice in the year, as, for example, on the occasion of Christmas, New Year Day or corporate anniversary – have a party a bit different from an ordinary drinking spree, a party to be original and remembered long afterwards.

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Parking Amenities to Consider When Choosing Your Event Venue

When organizing an event, you are confronted by many decisions. Choosing a venue is the one decision that will have the largest impact on your event. The date of the event, catering options, and attendees’ pleasant experiences … all are partly affected by which venue you select.

Does this sound a bit intimidating? You don’t have to feel that way. Here are some guidelines about when to make decision, what to consider, and how to do better. (more…)

Essential Tips For Booking Banquet Halls

Whether you are planning a wedding reception, a charity fund raiser, or a business networking event, the choice of venue is crucial. Banquet halls and event venues may be multipurpose, but that doesn’t mean that they are all created equal.

If you want your event to be truly successful, you need to hire the best venue possible. To do that, you need to know what makes a great hired venue. If you are looking to book a banquet hall or hired venue, you need to consider the ‘rule of 5’. (more…)

Tips For The Best Wedding Ever

Ultimately, your wedding day is about celebrating the love between you and the person you’re about to marry. But there’s another goal at hand: throwing one seriously epic party that your guests will talk about for years to come. But how do you make your big day stand out amongst the throngs of weddings your family and friends have attended in the past? While there are many ways to upgrade the standard nuptials, here is a list of easy ways you can get the party started (and continuing!) right. (more…)

How To Choose The Right Venue For Your Corporate Event

One of the most important aspects of planning a corporate event is choosing the venue. Finding the right location can be a time consuming process, especially if you are not prepared with the right information ahead of time. The number one thing to know is how many people will be in attendance. That is single handedly the most important piece of information and will dictate just about every aspect of your decisions regarding spacing, food, and overnight accommodations. Once you have those figures, it’s time to go venue hunting. The following ideas are things to consider and questions to ask before or during a venue walk through while planning for your next corporate event. (more…)

Things To Consider Before Booking Your Wedding Venue

Shortly after a couple gets engaged not only do they get a million well-wishes but they also get the inevitable questions of when and where. The question of where and when a wedding will take place are not always as easy to answer as a couple would like them to be. Gone are the days where a couple would select the one wedding venue in their hometown and then check that task off the wedding planning list. Since the number of wedding venue options are infinite now, couples need to think about a wide variety of questions before the go ahead and select their space. Choosing a wedding venue might seem like a task consisting only of liking a space or not, but in reality there is way more to consider than that. (more…)

The Top Things To Look For When Choosing A Venue For Your Next Corporate Event

Conscientious event and meeting planners go to great lengths to ensure their functions are not cookie-cutter, one-size fits-all gatherings. Instead, they are looking for ways to stage beyond-the-norm sessions–the kind worthy of standing ovations at the closing sessions.

One of the most important aspects of planning a memorable gathering is choosing the right setting. Your venue plays a big role in the success of the event, so careful consideration should be made when weighing your options. (more…)

Tips To Choose Your Wedding Venue

The venue you pick will determine the amount of guests you can invite, the location of your wedding and, of course, the theme and styling, too. You need to allocate a good proportion of your wedding planning time and budget to finding your dream venue because there are so many different options to consider and look at. From manor houses to stand-alone tips, there really is something out there to suit every kind of couple, it’s just a matter of making your own decision. (more…)

How To Choose A Party Space For Summer

When you think of the summer, the last thing people think of is work. Summer is officially party season, and what better way to celebrate than choosing a venue which suits the weather. Nobody wants to be trapped in a stuffy, windowless, characterless box of a room – here are a few tips on choosing a space for an event during the summer months. (more…)

The Importance Of Proper Event Management Planning

Proper event management planning is vital for any successful event. The EMP is the document that establishes how all the distinct moving parts and disparate elements of your event will work and result in your event being safe and enjoyable.

If we’re planning it and managing it we follow the same process every time. The group were a little surprised but, as the discussion progressed, they saw the logic and reasoning behind it. (more…)

Venue Selection Tips to help you choose the right venue for your Indian Destination Wedding

Venue Selection : Tips for Selection for Wedding

Destination weddings are all the rage today. After all, who wouldn’t like to gather their close friends and family for their most special day at an exotic locale? While some couples may opt for a place that is significant to them, some others might choose a new destination that the wedding party can explore together. Whatever the case may be, you need to select the venue as soon as you know what your wedding date is. Whether you want to travel thousands of miles or host your wedding at a destination nearby, here are a few tips that will help you choose the right venue for your dream destination wedding. Venue is important for your Wedding .

 

 

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How to Arrange a Venue for a Business Meeting

Holding a successful business meeting not only involves the content and members of the meeting, but also the arrangement of the furniture. To effectively arrange a room for a business meeting you’ll want to consider the function of the meeting and create the appropriate atmosphere and workspace for productivity. If the room is well arranged for your meeting, associates will be able to work and function without disruption or distraction to fully make use of the meeting time available.

Consider the function of the room and place tables accordingly. A discussion-style meeting should use a round-table style by arranging tables into a circle or semicircle so each participant can see everyone else. Presentations can use a boardroom set up with one large rectangle or place smaller tables in rows with each participant facing the same direction.

Arrange your seating around the tables according to your table layout using comfortable chairs suitable for the length of the meeting. Hard plastic chairs should only be used for short (hour or less) meetings to keep employees focused and comfortable. Place two to three extra chairs to the side of the room in case there are more guests than anticipated or a chair breaks.

Place any props such as podiums, flip charts, projector screens or presentation posters in a clearly visible area in the front of the room so each participant can see it easily. If you’ll be using handouts or folders, place them at each chair along the table, or set them off to the side for distributing later in the meeting. Don’t allow these items to clutter the work space or make moving within the room difficult, such as stacking them on the floor.

Turn off the ringer on any phones in the room to avoid disruption; however, do not unplug the phone to allow for outgoing calls in case of an emergency. If computers are used for the meeting, bundle any cables with zip ties to avoid tangling with feet and tape any cords to the floor that run across walkways.

Add additional lighting beyond overhead lighting to the room to soften the atmosphere and make longer meetings less visually straining. Set lamps on side tables where they won’t be in the way or blocking views, but avoid candles, which may emit soft light and fragrance but can pose a hazard.

Set up a small food service area in a corner of the room or along a wall near the doorway to supply bottled water, sodas, coffee or snack foods such as cookies, brownies, or fruit and meat trays. If using food for long meetings, avoid high-sugar foods, and make sure there is a trashcan nearby the service area to keep the table clear and tidy when meal time is over.

 

 

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How To Decide Your Wedding Venue

WEDDING VENUE

Of all the things about planning your Big Day to decide on, the wedding venue is arguably the most important one. It’s basically the place that will determine everything from the color scheme, to the general atmosphere of the entire event. Of course, we all want to get married at the perfect place, but with prices, locations, and other factors to juggle, it can be nerve-wracking. Already stressed about it? Don’t worry! We’re here to help you out. Let’s sit down and share a few tips about finding the right venue for your dream wedding.

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Practical Event Preparation Tips for Event Organizers

Planning and delivering an effective event requires meticulous preparation – from pinning down a suitable venue to securing interest from vendors, and, in turn, attendees. However, in your quest for event success, are you forgetting to factor in some fundamentals? Our guest bloggers this week – packaging material providers, R+R Industrial – share practical event preparations for event organizers and vendors – helping them keep all bases covered when it comes to their next event. (more…)

The Ultimate Checklist For Choosing A Venue For Your Event

The venue you choose for your event sets the mood and tone before your audience even steps inside. Its geographical location and reputation convey meaning to your invited guests before they RSVP. The process of getting there is shaping your attendee’s experience before they’ve experienced your message. Then there’s the myriad of practical considerations such as seating capacity, economic factors like equipment inclusions, and intangibles such as quality of service from its administration. With so much to take into account, where do you start? (more…)

Advantages of Hosting Outdoor Events

Outdoor events can be a beautiful experience, especially when the weather is warm, the birds are singing, and the sun is shining. The pictures turn out lovely and there’s space for everyone to socialize in the fresh air. Even in the colder months, outdoor events can be enjoyable as long as everyone is dressed appropriately. How does an event planner prepare for an outdoor event? What is it that you have to prepare for? While there are many advantages to hosting an event outside, there are absolutely risks involved as well. In order for you to assess whether an outdoor setting is the best venue for your next event, you’ll need to be able to consider those risks.

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The Success Of An Event Or Function Lies In The Preparation

Even a seasoned event planner can get lost in the details or find themselves off course from the original concept. This is understandable considering the factors involved in organising a successful event or function. However, as they say in the military – “no plan ever survives first contact” – it is important to remain flexible while keeping the end in mind.
Before you rush off and commit to a venue, procure the decor, source the suppliers and caterers, take some time in the preparations to build a solid foundation for the upcoming event. (more…)

How To Plan A Big Fat Indian Wedding

Weddings are so much fun when you are a guest attending the ceremony. But when it comes to organising and planning a wedding, it gets stressful. One easily gets panic attacks thinking about what to do and how to begin planning for the big day. From finalising the wedding vendors to ensuring that everything is just the way you want it to be for your big day, let’s get real and say that it’s not easy to plan a big fat Indian wedding! Whether you are two or six months away from your wedding date, you need an ultimate checklist that puts your wedding woes away. (more…)

The Easy Way To Choose Your Wedding Venue

Other than that just-right feeling of finding “the one,” there are several things you should look for in a wedding reception site. First, if you haven’t already, head to The Knot Venue Concierge, where all you have to do is tell us what you’re looking for in terms of budget, guest list and style, and we’ll help you with the rest of the details, like scheduling tours and, later, booking your venue. Here are some helpful tips to help you narrow down your list.  (more…)

Venue: The First Step For A Successful Event

Why choosing the right venue is so important? And why is one of the most delicate decisions that event professionals have to face? It’s essential to bear in mind that this fundamental decision will determine all the subsequent steps of the event organization: this is the reason why the location can make the difference between success and disaster.

Of course, choosing the right venue is not enough to ensure a good result. It’s also true that even the best event organizer of the world will fail to ensure a good result if the venue is completely wrong. Therefore, which are the main factors to consider when choosing a venue? (more…)

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