With less than 90 days until Christmas, is your company planning a Christmas party or an end of year staff meeting?

It is that time of year again where work colleagues are all getting together to celebrate Christmas, or company success or just using the festive season as a chance to get together and have a good time.

Whether your event is a Christmas party for 100 colleagues or a business meeting for 50 employees, there are some common challenges you will be faced with.  These can be easily overcome with other ideas and work-round solutions, if you know where to look and what to do!

The 6 major event planning headaches:

1.  I have a limited budget, how can I keep costs down?

2.  Who should sit with who?

3.  Should we make the bar a free bar?

4.  A lot of the staff are new to the company, how can we break the ice?

5.  The workforce are all different ages, how can we keep them all entertained?

6.  How can we make the event memorable?

So before you find your venue and book your event, think about these 6 problems before hand.

There are many plus points to having an event including boosting staff morale, updating staff on important matters and being social and building relationships with colleagues.

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About nicolepinpointmarketing

Nicole is a mum to two, wife to one and friend to many. I am also the owner of a successful marketing consultancy business, established in 2008 to work with, help and support local businesses. Pinpoint can act as a consultant or we can hold your hand to manage your marketing or we can do it all for you! Your marketing, your budget, your way. Marketing, organisation, helping and caring are my strong points and passions!
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