Tips for Planning Corporate Events

Corporate events are a great way to celebrate your success and reward employees for all of their hard work. Although corporate events can be a lot of fun they also come with a lot of work. Corporate events are different from regular ones and take a different kind of planning. Here are a few tips to help you navigate planning a corporate event that everyone will love.

Plan Ahead

When renting a venue for your event, reserve as far in advance as possible. This is especially important if it is a popular venue. Making a reservation and placing your deposit makes sure you don’t get stuck scrambling last minute trying to find a venue. If you are interested in a venue but aren’t sure, check to see if they take reservations and how quickly they fill up. It is better to make a reservation and have to cancel it than lose out on a location you like.


You never know what is going to happen, so it is best to be prepared for anything. Part of planning a corporate event is being ready for any issues that may arise. That means when making a budget, you should plan to have extra money.

Plan Entertainment

Corporate entertainment comes in all types, so it’s easy to find one that can suit your event. Whatever kind of entertainment you decide to get make sure it’s appropriate for the theme. Music is a great way to liven up an event, especially with the right playlist. Magicians are also a great option for corporate events because they are exciting and break people away from the sitting. Lastly, an important tip to remember when hiring entertainment is to get references or ask them if they have any videos so you know what you are getting.

Hire A Photographer

Getting a photographer for your event is a great way to make the memories last. If you are going to get a photographer, hire someone who has years of experience. Your guests will appreciate having someone there to get photos of them, especially if they can dress up for it.

Communication is Key

Communication is very important when planning an event. This includes anyone you hire to work the event as well as your guests. A great way to communicate with your guests is to send out RSVPs. This way you’ll know how many people will be attending. On the RSVP also ask about any food allergies, so you can cater accordingly. And lastly, when it comes to the employes, keep them updated on any changes or special instructions so the event can run smoothly.


Planning corporate events can be hard, but with Breezin’ Entertainment they can be stress-free. Breezin’ is there to help from giving recommendations to helping make arrangements. Go to to find the perfect package to help you make your event a breeze.