Today, we officially announced the winners of our annual Best of Award which has been given to members of The Bash who received 2 or more reviews of 4 stars or higher for events in 2020.
In 2020, many events were rescheduled, postponed, changed to a virtual or contactless format, or cancelled. While it was certainly a challenging year for many, through all of this we saw vendors quickly adapt to the new event landscape, accommodating virtual parties, implementing new safety protocols, and continuously being flexible with their clients' events. Heading into 2021, we know vendors will continue to be resilient and innovative as safe celebrations increase.
Read on for 10 things you can do to restart and refresh your business in the new year.
Virtual celebrations have become a popular option for many party hosts and event planners as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. No matter what type of talented event professional you are, read these tips for performing at upcoming virtual and contactless events.
It has certainly been a challenging year for those in the events industry due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but vendors continue to adapt their business in innovative ways.
In our recent survey, we heard from more than 600 event vendors on what they are doing to actually adapt their business to the current landscape. Download the full report to see the findings.
There is no doubt that vendors want to be able to perform again and party planners are eager to celebrate special occasions, but the most important thing is to ensure events are safe and adhere to local and government regulations.
If you are unsure of how to navigate the uncharted territory of events during the COVID-19 pandemic, read on for 8 must-dos for both party hosts and vendors right now.