Home > Americas
Related topics: Americas,INTERNATIONMEETINGSREVIEW, United States
August 17, 2015
|

Americas: Corporate Entertainment Tips from a Pro


In partnership with:


Philip Myers is a highly experienced corporate entertainer who has made his mark in the industry by offering a multitude of customized show options, both as a versatile solo act as well as by fronting his band. He’s seen lots of audiences—and lots of challenges faced by planners. “All planners are tasked with securing entertainment that is special and memorable, yet fits within budget parameters,” he says. Here are some of his ideas for making a big musical impact at your programs:

1. More Nights, More Cost Efficiency
One of the most effective ways I can help clients plan a great program with a focus on keeping costs down is by offering versatility. Using the same entertainer and band for multiple nights of a program can entitle you to discounted pricing while you get a unique, custom-designed event for each night. For example, at an incentive program in Banff, Canada, we not only played for the final-night black-tie gala, we also did a small-scale, intimate performance for the company’s top-producer dinner, and we also engaged the group with a piano sing-along at an “after-glow” event.

Read the rest of the tips at MeetingsNet.com...
 


What do you think of this $type?
 

About the Author: MeetingsNet

MeetingsNet


PUBLISHING PARTNERS

 

GLOBAL ASSOCIATION PARTNERS

GLOBAL EVENT PARTNERS

   IT&CM China  Caribbean Meeting Incentive Travel Exchange      Gulf Incentive, Business Travel & Meetings Exhibition EIBTM IBTM IMEX America  IT&CMA IT&CM China IT&CM India Conventa BTC convene  cventMBTMMA 2013 COCAL 

GLOBAL AGENCY PARTNERS                                                                                           OFFICIAL TRADE SHOW PARTNER FOR THE UK MEETINGS MARKET 

MCI Ovation Euromic