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Sawa Spring Party

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Throwing a fun business bash doesn’t have to mean spending a fortune. A great party is one that takes into account purpose, budget, and people. At Utah Live Bands we want to help you avoid disaster at your next event by making sure that you’ve asked (and answered) five basic questions. Once you’ve pondered the reasons and resources for your event, you’ll be more likely to be able to choose the right kind of entertainment to meet your goals.
Throwing a fun business bash doesn’t have to mean spending a fortune. A great party is one that takes into account purpose, budget, and people. At Utah Live Bands we want to help you avoid disaster at your next event by making sure that you’ve asked (and answered) five basic questions. Once you’ve pondered the reasons and resources for your event, you’ll be more likely to be able to choose the right kind of entertainment to meet your goals.

What’s the purpose of the event?

A corporate event should be fun, but the expense of the party has to be justified by the achievement of company goals. Maybe your party is a networking event where employees get a chance to impress their clients and show off the company’s products. Or perhaps, you want to communicate the corporate culture to your workers and build more connected teams. These are two very different purposes that could lead to the development of two really different events.

Your job as the planner is to find out what that purpose is—before you start brainstorming ideas. Unfortunately, most amateur planners don’t ask this question. They just figure that the purpose of a party is to have fun. As a result, you get event entertainment like two-sided petting zoos.