by Jaimie Schoen, BRIDES Photo: Courtesy of CNP Montrose Friends seem to come out of the wo...
Social media is not just about promoting your content directly, but also getting to know the movers and shakers in your industry. If you like to connect with people and companies online, it pays to mention them in your blogs, posts, and other content.
by Elizabeth Mitchell, BRIDES Photo: Courtesy o...
by Elizabeth Mitchell, BRIDES Photo: Courtesy of CNP Montrose If you've ever been single (duh!), you can sympathize with the ...
I am a new business owner, and with this comes new challenges. I thought I had kicked things off as an entrepreneur with a bang, but found myself becoming distracted by all the fluff and empty promises.
The Golden Globes were this past week, but Awards and Super Bowl season has only just begun. The size and scale of the parties and fetes this time of year may not be as big as the holidays (thankfully!), but it can still be every bit as fun, chic and decadent.
Here are the worst things wedding guests have really done and how each couple handled the unfortunate situation.
It is easy to ease down Atlantic Ave with its close proximity to public transportation and its variety of small businesses to peak the interest of any shopper.
In a world in such turmoil, as it is today, it strikes me that the fundamental cause of our problems is rooted in our misunderstanding of each other. It is our inability to open our minds and hearts to see the perspective of someone else.
I have been living in LA for about a year now and here are 6 things I wish I knew before moving.
Trade shows and conferences give entrepreneurs an opportunity to showcase our products and businesses to our target market and beyond. These events bring entire industries together; packing a lot of potential business and growth into a single room or exhibit hall.
New York City moves fast and aspirations soar higher than skyscrapers. The philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre described it as a place for people who can focus to infinity and whenever he stopped walking quickly, he felt anxious.
Summit shut down all wifi satellite access on the ship except for 10 computers in the main lobby. It made everyone not look at their phones and computers for three days, which was great. You can't leave the boat either, so everyone is together and there are no side events.
As an adult, you're going to go to parties. They are not like the glorious college bashes you threw with all your friends. There are fewer dance floors, fewer kegs, fewer reasons to stay... fewer everything, really. Grown-up parties can get pretty bleak, and these are the bleakest of them all.
I'm just going to say it. Your party venue is too big. Trust me. It doesn't matter where you're throwing your event -- it's probably too big. In my experience planning and hosting parties, I've never come across an event space too small. In fact, most of the time there's excess space.