Event Planning Archives - Calgary Event Planner
We find that as our clients seek to create unique and memorable experiences for their employees and stakeholders, non-typical venues are gaining popularity. Whether it's an art gallery, a rooftop garden, or an industrial warehouse, these unconventional spaces add a creative flair to corporate events. However, with the allure of uniqueness comes a set of unique expenses that often clients have not considered. This week’s post we will
We get several inquiries each year, from interested parties who have never worked with an event planner before. Regardless of the type of event you want to plan, hiring an event professional can help alleviate the stress and ensure that everything runs smoothly. However, one of the biggest questions that people have when considering an event planner is whether they can afford one. In this blog post, we'll explore the costs of hiring an
In the dynamic and fast-paced world of corporate business, every event is an opportunity to make a lasting impression. Whether it's a high-profile product launch, a team-building retreat, an annual conference or a gala dinner, the success of these events often hinges on the detailed planning and execution of professionals known as
The holiday season is quickly approaching, which means it's time to start thinking about invites to your corporate holiday event. Whether you're planning a festive office party, a year-end gala, or a casual holiday mixer, getting your coworkers and clients to RSVP will be a major problem. In this blog, we'll look at some practical tactics for encouraging attendees to RSVPs for your next corporate holiday event sooner!
Planning an event can be a daunting task, but with the right approach, it can be an enjoyable and fulfilling experience. Whether you're planning a corporate event, a wedding, a birthday party, or any other type of event, there are a few key things you should keep in mind to ensure everything runs smoothly. Let’s cover some basic event coordination tips to help you get started.

Define the scope of your event

The first step in