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2020 Event Trends: 4 Predictions For Next Year

Prepare for 2020 by evaluating trend predictions in the event industry. Despite the fact that live events continue to shine as the oldest forms of marketing, the industry is constantly evolving and changing at a dizzying pace. The changing expectations are being driven by generational differences. As technology vendors strive to stay in the front […]

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8 Unique Office Holiday Party Ideas

What’s the best company holiday party you’ve ever been to in the workplace? Chances are you’ve been to a standard drinks-and-catering party, where your colleagues half-heartedly sipped champagne and wore ugly sweaters to the tune of Jingle Bells (maybe?). Company holiday party season is typically a festive time as it provides an opportunity for companies […]

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The Non-Obvious Guide to Event Planning – Special RSVPify Edition

Author, speaker and Chief Boredom Buster Andrea Driessen believes everyone’s entitled to feeling radically engaged — and that includes during mission-critical business meetings. Professional, playful and positively resourceful, Andrea is a high-spirited, highly-regarded event planning expert (with 30+ years of experience in the industry). She is also the author of the award-winning book, The Non-Obvious […]

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How To Plan a High School Reunion

Planning a high school class reunion is no small task! If it’s your first reunion post-graduation, you may not quite know where to start. If you’re celebrating decades since graduating, you may feel pressured to level up from the last reunion or keep classmates engaged so many years later. There is a lot to think […]

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Nonprofit Event Planning: 6 Steps to Ensure a Successful Event

Planning events both large and small can be stressful, that’s why RSVPify was created in the first place! The unique thing about non-profit event planning, even large fundraiser events selling tickets) is that many times a volunteer is put in charge. While some organizations have a full-time staff dedicated to their events or hire professional […]

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The Office Retirement Party: A 10 Step Planning Guide

Being tasked with planning a party can be daunting, but it doesn’t have to be as time-consuming as you may think! The key factor to focus on is the guest of honor, the retiree! Keeping their interests in mind will help you focus and reduce the overwhelm throughout the office retirement party planning process. The […]

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5 Cardinal Rules To Create a VIP Event Experience

Very Important People or VIP’s are the clients you love. Supported and cherished, in the right way, they will truly grow your brand. Not just for celebrities anymore, the modern VIP is the brand ambassador, cheerleader, and magnate of influence that can grow, sustain or even lead your brand into the future. When hosting an […]

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4 Technology Tips That’ll Ramp Up Your Event Attendance

Organizations and individuals plan events for all kinds of reasons. Whether you’re looking to raise money in support of your nonprofit’s mission, boost awareness about your favorite cause, or recruit more members to your club or community group, a well-planned event is always a smart choice. Every nonprofit or community event is inherently different, but […]

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8 Pro Tips to Boost Early Event Ticket Sales

When planning a big event there’s a lot to consider and prepare for. One major concern for many event planners is having the capital to cover the event’s expenses. While there are some fees that can get paid after the event, many major expenses require payment up front or deposits. To cover some of those […]

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