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A new year is here, the economy is improving and the future forecast of meetings is positive. With a whole year ahead of us it’s a good time to start thinking about what you want to do in the way of events and parties for your business. It’s never too early to begin planning and calling potential locations. With business doing well, now is the time to have corporate parties that can bring management and workers together for a fun and relaxing time.

There are a lot of different types of corporate parties to consider, and it will really depend on what your company does and what your workers enjoy.
  • Retirement party
  • Seasonal party
  • Milestone or accomplishment party
  • Social retreat party
These are just a few of the many different kinds to consider from. You can immediately see that there is a copious amount of thought and planning that needs to go into this. You must think about place, time, space, supplies and cost. A fine way to keep yourself organized when planning a corporate party is to get several large sheets of paper and hang them up. Title each one with a different category for the party and create a checklist. If you do this in a public space then employees can contribute and help think of anything you might have missed.

Let’s discuss a few of the party types mentioned above and the pros of having them. A retirement party is a great way to show longtime employees and younger employees that the company truly values your commitment and long years of work. This can be a good way to boost employees’ morale about working for the company.

Seasonal parties are always great for bringing everyone together to make them feel more like family. Whether it’s for the holidays in winter or a barbecue to celebrate the start of spring, these parties help build employee trust and loyalty.

Accomplishment parties are something that some companies often overlook but should become a regular corporate practice. After finishing a big project or contract, a party to celebrate can be an excellent way to show employees the company’s appreciation for their hard work and dedication. 

Remember when you plan your corporate party to have fun with it. There are lots of themes you can do for parties, so think about having a poll with your employees to see what most employees prefer. Scout out prices too, the more research you do about different resources for the party the more bang for your buck you’re likely to get.
 
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