To be chosen to organise your company’s next corporate event is really quite an honour. People must have great faith in you if they think you can pull it off, so you will want to make sure everything runs smoothly on the day. Now that takes an awful lot of planning and researching, but if you approach it in a methodical way then there is every reason that it will be a success.
One of the first things that will need booking is the venue. Get it booked as early as possible to ensure you get the date you want, making sure it’s in a location that is easy to travel to both by car and public transport.
Organise any catering you require in good time too as top quality caterers often get snapped up many months in advance. In terms of menu, take the caterers advice on what types of food are popular bearing in mind that people will be networking and socialising whilst eating so won’t want anything to large or too messy to contend with.
Have a good think about the kind of entertainment you would like on the day. To ensure it’s a success, why not make your booking through a music agency who will have a large number of different live bands, solo acts or DJs to choose from. They will be able to give advice on what has worked well for previous clients and will oversee the booking from start to finish leaving you free to get on with other things.
Tribute bands always go down well at these types of events and can be hugely popular with all ages, or as an alternative, why not choose a band that plays cover versions from different eras.
One thing which we’ve seen become popular in recent years is to add that extra special touch to events in a way which many never thought previously possible! We suggest you take a look at the range of luxury toilets available for hire from Regency Toilets, one which we think you’ll fall in love with! Why settle for standard portaloos when you can give your guests the luxury experience they deserve with toilets such as these? It’ll certainly be a talking point and that’s never a bad thing!
If you take things slowly and carefully, working through a check list as you go, then there’s no reason why the event shouldn’t be a great success.