From safety to environmentally conscious efforts, industry professionals share what they are focusing on for 2016. As event industry professionals prepare for a busy new year, they’re taking stock of their top priorities and goals.
The masters of YouTube, Vine, and other social platforms can offer their insights at your next event. The world of YouTube, Vine, and other social media platforms has its own universe of celebrities who share original content with millions of followers.
Forget about branded swag. Here’s how top speakers prefer you show thanks.
The man behind the Twilight premiere parties and other large events shares his biggest tips for dealing with super fans, empowering a team, and more. Chad Hudson is the president and creative director of Chad Hudson Events, a New York- and Los Angeles-based event production company.
From massages to coloring books, here’s how to help guests feel refreshed, relaxed, and happy at events. Whether walking the trade show floor all day or sitting through a marathon-long company meeting, any guest could use a little downtime and mental break from a jam-packed agenda.
These coffee creations include spins on classic cocktails as well as capitalize on the cold-brew craze. As coffee becomes more sophisticated, so do the cocktails that use it to add depth of flavor.
Say thanks to speakers, donors, and V.I.P.s with these gift ideas. From mixologist-designed cocktail kits to wearable fitness trackers, these high-end gift ideas from companies around the country are a good way to thank a speaker or donor, or recognize a V.I.P.
Here’s a look at 10 steal-worthy ideas we spotted this week. This week’s roundup includes a furnished ice cabin in Augusta, New Jersey, soap-inspired dessert jars in Trumbull, Connecticut, a “Year of the Monkey” art installation in Las Vegas, and a giant ESPN-branded cleat in San Francisco.
Patina will take over the Recording Academy’s 5,000-person Grammy Celebration, offering food at multiple California-theme stations—plus cotton candy on trees. The Recording Academy’s official Grammy awards after-party, known as the Grammy Celebration, has a long history of involvement with familiar players.