It’s always good to have a corporate party in order to build employee morale. You probably already have a party for Christmas. However, you can always find a reason to have some smaller corporate parties, either just for your employees or throw a party for your clients as well.
If you’re launching a new product or service, that’s a good reason for a celebration. If you’re moving to a new location, redoing your offices or hiring someone new, you can throw a party. Here are 7 great tips to help you host a corporate party:
These Tips Will Help!
- Put Up a Tent: Not only do tents give you more space for your party but they also give it a fun, outdoor feeling. Plus, you can get them in any size you want. Our best in class customer service will help you find something to suit your needs
- Come Up with a Theme: Your theme depends on what you’re celebrating? Here is a list of things to celebrate during the year.
- Send Out Invites: Even if you’re just celebrating something within the company, it’s nice to come up with an invitation and email it to everyone. There are many pretty templates you can use; you just have to write out the party information such as time, date, venue, etc.
- Food: If you’re just having an informal party, you can serve burgers, pizzas, pasta salads, etc. If you’re having a sit-down dinner, you’ll have to come up with appetizers, main courses, salads and sides, desserts, etc. Don’t forget to include a vegetarian option. Our catering equipment can be used for food preparation and serving.
- Games: This is always a good idea because games give people something to do during a party. You can always rent a game of bingo or a wheel of fortune. Availability of products is never a problem when you rent from Party Time Rental.
- Prizes: If you’re playing games, why not give out some prizes? Movie tickets or restaurant/shopping vouchers are always a good option.
- Seating: If you’re having a sit-down party with tables and chairs, make things a little interesting by seating people who don’t know each other together. Give them a chance to get to know each other! Also, avoid seating people hierarchically. At a party, there are no hierarchies.
Contact us for more great tips to host corporate parties. We can help you throw a party to remember!