With the arrival of fall, we wanted to give you a sneak peek into some key event and vendor trends we saw last fall. These trends are based on client requests and bookings made between September and December of last year.
Corporate functions are one of the most popular events on The Bash, and requests and bookings for corporate events peak in November. With employees continuing to head back into the office, welcome-back parties, training events, holiday parties, and other corporate celebrations are in full swing. Wondering how to get more corporate gigs for your business?
So your account on The Bash is set up, your profile is complete, and you have received your first lead. What happens next? We're sharing the lifecycle of a lead from when you’re requested for an event through to getting booked and earning a review from your client.
Leads that you receive through The Bash are always added to your Leads Inbox. From there, you can view and organize your leads and bookings by creating custom folders or by utilizing the sort and filter capabilities. Learn everything you need to know about navigating your Leads Inbox and folders below.
Meet Jayson "Avocado" Acevedo, a standup comedian from Chicago, IL. From traditional standup to musical improvisation comedy, Jayson provides an entertaining and funny experience for any event.
AI (Artificial Intelligence) has been all over the news, especially with the increased popularity of ChatGPT. There are countless uses for ChatGPT that you may have heard about, but have you thought about how you can utilize it for your business? We’re sharing a few ways you can use ChatGPT to help optimize your profile description, lead responses, and replies to reviews.
Are you listed in the best categories to ensure that party planners can find you on The Bash? We’re taking a look at vendor requests and are sharing some of the top categories to list in based on the service you provide.
Meet Backbeat Band / Breezeway Trio, a Top 40 Band from Orlando, FL that is part of Backbeat Entertainment. This versatile band performs as large as an 11-piece band (Backbeat Band) or as a smaller band known as Breezeway Trio.