In honor of our upcoming website revamp and its interactive ticketing services, a few member of our office would like to share their favorite venues in the U.S.
AJ: Terminal 5 – Last September I was visiting some friends in NYC and we went to see M.I.A. at Terminal 5 in Midtown West/Hells Kitchen. I would have to say that was probably my favorite venue that I’ve been too. The space was fairly large, especially for New York, but definitely overcrowded. This, along with the light shows and the dance music, made it that much more memorable. Continue reading
- Think out of the box regarding venues – Holding your event at a 5 star hotel can be quite costly. Do some research about the area in which your conference will be held. There may be an art gallery loft, small museum, or local park that could be rented for a lower cost.
- Seek out young catering companies – Find culinary schools and catering companies that are in their first year of business. The food is still delicious and you will be helping the “little guys” get started.
- Forget the tchotchkes – They end up in the trash 9 times out of 10. When giving gifts to a participant, be sure to make the gift relevant either to the event or something that most people would use at home and not get tossed aside.