Invite A Speaker
Instead of assigning a topic to several of your colleagues, look for keynote and motivational speakers that are experts in their field. This spares your fellow workers from the hassles of preparing their speeches, or pre-presentation jitters.
They can sit in the audience and enjoy the talk just like everyone else. There are a number of sites you can look at for possibilities, such as Montgomery Presents (Montgomerypresents.com) and a host of others.
Use the Internet
Facebook (Facebook.com), the most popular social networking site, lets you create a page to promote your company event. Add all the employees and staff to the page and post the event details, pictures, posters, schedule of activities, and other pertinent information, for easy viewing. It will be easier to alert everyone of changes and updates. And when the event is over, the same page can give post-event updates.
Immerse the Senses
Include local smells, ambient music, and even tactile activities to your event, and watch the interest and attendance grow. Include local food displays at the entrance for quick snacks in between the activities. The food fills the air with appetizing and energizing aromas, too.
Music sets the mood of the whole event, while games, a massage area, or spa corner can add to audience interest. Make sure everything follows your event’s overall theme.
These suggestions don’t even require additional funds to put together. All you need is to look for affordable packages of the services you need. Remember to look for the best price packages without sacrificing quality. Here’s to a happy holiday party for you and your company!