We spend a lot of time thinking about what makes an event succeed. Here are some of our insights.

These summer celebrations will give you some amazing ideas for your next event

By Business, Fashion, Uncategorized

You’ll get some fabulous ideas for your next event in this issue of the Aurice Guyton Events newsletter where we’re sharing details and images from a few of our fabulous events this summer. From a great event for the Society for the Preservation of Natural History Collections to Sciencepalooza to the 100th Birthday Community Fair for the East Bay Municipal…

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The easiest way to keep your guests engaged during your event

By Business, Fashion, Uncategorized

In this issue we unlock the secrets to crafting unforgettable events by including a variety of interactive activities. We hope these ideas and inspirations will spark your creativity and empower you to create events that leave a lasting impression on your guests, employees, and the community you serve. We believe your guests should feel like they’ve been showered with attention….

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What does the rise of artificial intelligence mean for your next event?

By Business, Fashion, Uncategorized

  Artificial Intelligence and the Events Industry   AI is here in the events industry. We may not see apron-wearing robots serving meals table side in the near future, but there are old and new technologies basking in a brighter spotlight thanks to the introduction of OpenAI’s ChatGPT. Products powered by AI have been around for a while. Some are…

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Do you have a contingency plan for your next outdoor event?

By Business, Featured, Food for thought, Uncategorized

Spring may just be getting into full swing, but it’s not too early to make plans for summer events in outdoor venues. Despite what many think, planning an outdoor event isn’t always easier than hosting an event indoors. In this issue, we’ll talk about ways you can prepare for just about any situation at your next outdoor event so your…

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Staying safe while celebrating in the summer sun

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The heatwave that is sweeping the rest of the world has missed our part of the country leaving us with near-perfect weather for outdoor events. That doesn’t mean we shouldn’t take extra care making sure your guests are safe from heat and sun exposure. In this issue, we’ll talk about ways you can prepare to make your guests comfortable on…

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What are you celebrating this summer?

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Summer months are often the time when corporate events are designed around celebrating employees and their families. From a simple picnic at the beach to a full carnival complete with rides – these events can be a challenge to put together and pull off seamlessly. When you’re celebrating your employees the last thing you want to do is exclude a…

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Cheers to Fresh New Beginnings

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The events industry continues to grow back stronger than ever and that’s great news as we enter a fresh new year. However, as an event planning professional, I approach every event with the comfort and safety of guests in mind. This was my approach even before Covid. Rest assured, that as we start now planning your future event, I am…

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What Gathering Safely Looks Like

By Business, Uncategorized

October ushers in an extended season of gathering for many of us. From neighborhood trick-or-treat festivities, family Thanksgiving meals to large holiday galas… this time of year offers so many opportunities to gather in groups. Have you made plans for how you will gather safely this season? In this issue, I’ll share with you what I’ve learned from experience over…

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Welcome your employees “back” to the future of work for your company

By Business, Uncategorized

September is traditionally when we celebrate workers in the United States and it’s a great time to think about welcoming your employees and colleagues back as we return to a more typical work life. I’m avoiding using the phrase “new normal,” but it does describe what many businesses are facing. Many want to continue working remotely, while others have looked…

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