Don’t Wait to Plan Your Company’s Holiday Event
- It is the beginning of October in the Twin Cities, and we’re closer to Labor Day than Christmas Day. With the leaves just starting to change, it is difficult to get into the spirit of Halloween, let alone the holiday season. However, companies need to start planning their holiday events at the beginning of October, well before trick-or-treaters start ringing doorbells.
Why Book in October?
- Though three months may seem like a long time, venues, caterers, and entertainers all book up quickly. Getting your company’s event on the calendar ensures you lock in your ideal time and place for the best price. That’s why companies should start planning their holiday events by October.
- Before booking a venue and vendors, however, companies need to decide on a budget. The average corporate holiday event costs between $7,000 and $70,000, depending on the size of the company and extravagance of the party. Do Good Events will work with any budget & size to wow your guests.
- Companies should also consider whether or not they should hire an event planner to handle logistics. Event planners can help companies book the ideal venue for their events, find reputable vendors, and stay within their budgets.
- While it may too early to trim the tree, it’s not too early to start planning your company’s holiday event. To learn more about how to get started, contact Do Good Events today.