The summer of 2021 has provided opportunities to get back into the "new realities" of planning live events.
COVID-19 and the Pandemic of 2020 has introduced us to some new lingo. Just as the meetings and events industry, as well as hospitality in general, has their own set of phrases and terms, it seems like the pandemic created some new phrases too.
“Let’s just order pizza for the entire office” is a common phrase that might be heard in a company.
Picture this: It's Sunday evening and you’re thinking about Monday morning and how you have to go to the company annual meeting. Imagine if you got out of bed the next morning and your day was to be filled with happiness because of a few words or phrases?
“Owning and operating a business is a full-time job and either you love it, or need to get out!”
Some say it is all in the timing. Well, as a planner, most of the time it is!
If planned properly at an event, a giveaway item with a logo can be a great way to promote the company.
Event purveyors are also commonly referred to as suppliers, vendors and retailers. You may know them as our caterer, entertainer, rental company, florist, or audio visual source. We are proud to work with them as our event planning partners.
Remember when the only affordable option besides driving yourself was to call a cab?
Hurricane (Atlantic or Pacific Oceans), cyclone (Indian and South Pacific Oceans), typhoon (Western North Pacific or Philippines Oceans), or even a willy-willy (Australia); all mean the same depending on what part of the world you live in.