At Third Avenue Events, we are very proud to work with individuals and companies all over the country. Though we work coast to coast and everywhere in between, we are based in Kansas City, MO – a city that happens to have quite a bit of growth on the horizon.
As we discussed last month in our “Building Relationships” post, giving a sincere “thank you” is always a great way to strengthen relationships across the board. It’s well-known that one way to show appreciation is with thoughtful gifts, but what makes a gift stand out? How do you narrow it down to something that will show genuine appreciation?
A large portion of all successful business is relationships. Repeat clients and repeat partners. Savviness in human relations can take a business much further than technical skills alone. Forming a mutually beneficial relationship is key, and in this month’s blog post, we are going to outline a few things we’ve learned when it comes to business relationships.
It’s not me, it’s you! But how do you express that politely when it comes to breaking up with a hotel?Every hotel knows that when a company or person goes out to bid it is a competitive process with multiple bidders. So when you and your client find the PERFECT hotel, what happens to all the others?
The month of May is quickly coming to an end, which means it’s about time for the peak summer travel months. With many people about to travel for summer vacations, we decided to delve into the worlds of business and leisure travel. There are different mindsets and priorities when it comes to the two.
As an event management team, when asked what we do, there’s one response that tends to repeat itself more than others: “so, you plan weddings?”
There are several different focus areas within the event planning industry, each with its own set of challenges, perks, goals, pros, cons, clients, destinations, emotions, etc. Most of these can be divided into one of two categories: personal and corporate.