Are you planning a corporate event and you are looking forward to making it the best one yet? Arranging for the right entertainment is critical to taking your event from good to great and ensuring that it will be talked about for a very long time. The best corporate event entertainment ideas will seamlessly interested with your theme, venue, and goals. With the expectations of event-first every rising, choosing the right entertainment can go a long way in helping you impress the guests with an experience they will never forget. To help you with your event, here are some creative ideas for your corporate gig.
– Interactive food and drink stations
Interactive food and beverage stations spread throughout your event can help the attendees feel delighted. From a doughnut wall to a love stir-fry station to even a customizable champagne cocktail bar, there are plenty of amazing ways to feed the guests and wow them.
– Social photo booths
Photo booths have never gone out of fashion. Since 1925, people have enjoyed taking photos in booths and they still do so today. The only thing that has changed is the technology that powers these booths. Today’a booths make it easy for people to take videos, stills, or GIFs, and share those amazing photos and videos straight to their social media accounts.
– Customizable swag stations
People love free stuff. And if it is something they actually want, then the experience becomes even greater. Do some research and find out what most if not all your attendees love and get them. Fill the swag station with these items and for sure, you will send your guests home with things they will cherish and keep for years.
Organize some friendly competitions to oven up your event. A pub-quiz-style trivia game, a caption contest, or a scavenger hunt are some fun ideas to consider.
– Corporate comedian
Book a comedian for the event but not just any comedian. A corporate comedian makes business-related jokes and keeps the language clean. He or she makes fun at the many faces of working life that are just funny. As mentioned earlier, only book someone whose specialty is corporate gigs.