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10 Ways to Plan for a Corporate Event

593518049Corporate events have a tendency to be dull and boring.  It’s usually very hard to think of creative outside of the box for such professional events.  According to the Examiner, this is not 100 percent true.  There are ways to plan a successful corporate event, as long as you follow these 10 ideas.

  1. Set a budget, get the approval
  2. Establish a to-do list
  3. Conceptualize, think big picture
  4. Perform your research and due diligence
  5. Ask for input from colleagues
  6. Make a list of details
  7. Use both the online and offline market
  8. Purchase a camera
  9. Make the event memorable

For the 10th tip and more information, click here.

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