We have all seen pictures of brightly colored offices with open floor plans, foosball tables, and endless snack buffets. But companies have learned—especially over the past year and a half—that in-off
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?”
The holidays are just around the corner, which means it’s time to start putting together a list of holiday corporate event ideas that will be tree-mendous.
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
Research shows that Americans struggle to create meaningful connections in everyday life, whether at work, at school, or in their personal lives. As the article “Social Isolation in America: Changes i
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, virtual game nights and Zoom happy hours brought us all together. Over the past year, Americans across the country have reaffirmed what we’ve always known to be t
Bland food. Boring workshops. A lengthy itinerary with little time to chat. Corporate events get a bad rap for being stuffy, monotonous, and outdated. When attendees are busy searching for the exit in
People attend mixer events to make new connections. So why is it that most attendees end up spending the night chatting with familiar faces?
We all know how important networking is as we build a career and expand our professional contacts. Networking is an increasingly effective method of finding gainful employment through what is referred
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