Every event planner in the history of events has probably been troubled by a question along the lines of: “Will my event be fun, interesting, and meaningful?”
Remember those first few weeks of college and all the pre-planned activities that, in many cases, were pretty awkward and forced?
Traditional corporate events can be a truly frightening sight. At Mixtroz, we know the feeling all too well: awkward interactions, picked-over platters, and eye-rolling icebreakers. The final nail in
Let’s face it: corporate events get a bad rap. We groan on the inside as we stumble our way through small talk and pleasantries and wait for the keynote presentations to begin. Besides the initial awk
Hosting a networking event that allows for both structure and organic encounters can be a real challenge. You want your guests to feel that the connections they make are genuine, but you also know tha
We’ve all endured it: the dreaded small talk as forks scrape across empty plates, the half-hearted attempts at lackluster conversation, the awkward pauses. You inquire about the local forecast while y
The job of an event planner is never done (I see several of you violently nodding your head.) In fact, it’s not just you — according to an article in Meetings Today, these are two of the major trends
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