Three 2020 Party Planning Trends
The event planning industry changes rapidly. Whether it’s new technology that speeds up the registration process or interactive experiences that create more meaningful memories, here are a few trends we’re looking forward to in the new year.
Everyone these days craves customization and tailored content. People want things to fit their individual preferences and exercise control over their experiences.
Guests and attendees at your event are no different: They want to feel autonomy and the power to choose when it comes to their event experience. They want to choose what they eat, who they interact with and what music they listen to. This is a great opportunity for you to bring in a band that operates on a song request list or a handful of variety acts around the space. Do they want to get a silhouette done or watch a mime?
2020 will foster creativity when it comes to venue space and venue sourcing. Curate an authentic experience by choosing a fresh venue, something that sparks innovation or encourages comfort. Choose a venue that mirrors company values and consider spots that are off-the-beaten-path like a theatre, winery or museum.
Need some ideas? Companies who work in the industry, like Entertainment Exchange, work with a number of local clients and know some of the best venue spots in town. If you’re in need of some recommendations, reach out to your vendors and see what they know!
Say goodbye to stuffy boardrooms and lackluster convention centers. Meetings and conferences will include more entertainment than ever before. Think about how popular music festivals are, selling tickets to about 32 million attendees per year. People crave more fun in their lives–and that includes their professional world.
Adding entertainment to your event doesn’t have to be costly or time-intensive. If you use a company like Entertainment Exchange, you can find the right talent for the job, request some quotes and they handle the rest. It’s very easy, you can get what you want and you’ll enhance your guests’ experience.