No guest today as I take on this episode solo. Entertainment plays a huge part in the success of an event. Drawing upon 30+ years of experience, I'll share tips to help your corporate entertainment shine. Learn the do's and don'ts of presenting live entertainment your guests will love.
By the end of this interview you will learn:
- How to select the best style of entertainment for your guests.
- Ways to find event entertainers.
- The difference between agencies and listing sites.
- Why you should talk with an entertainer before hiring them.
- The most important question to ask an entertainer.
- Floor plan suggestions that make your stage a focal point.
- Why you must pay close attention to technical riders.
- How to keep your guests in their seats.
- Setting the stage to create anticipation.
- Advance promotion techniques to excite attendees.
- Making the most of your entertainment budget.
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