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11 Holiday Party Planning Tips

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According to this recent article from Successful Meetings,  a company holiday party is one of the most important events of the year.  It’s a joyous time to celebrate your company and it’s employees, and the success the past year has brought in.  So how exactly do you go about planning a company holiday party?  Try starting here…

  1. Secure your venue accommodations
  2. Make sure the menu is tailored to everyones needs
  3. Appropriate entertainment
  4. Engage the guests to create community
  5. Play it well so you can enjoy it
  6. Let employees come up with ideas
  7. Incorporate a charity
  8. Make sure it is safe
  9. It’s okay to book last minute

For the final tip, click here.

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