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6 Tips to Entertain Clients on a Budget 0

6 Tips to Entertain Clients on a Budget

For most business owners, entertaining clients and prospects is an expectation. Unfortunately, entertaining clients can get expensive and, if not properly monitored, can quickly bring a new business out of the black and into the red. To help curtail the costs without limiting the experience, here are 6 tips for entertaining clients on a budget.

Set a Budget – The most important thing to do if you want to entertain on a budget is actually set the budget. Too often, business owners talk about cutting costs and lowering expenses without actually setting a goal. If you want to lower your costs, set a budget and stick to it.

Free is Fine – Many great events are free. Entertaining clients doesn’t …

6 Things to Consider When Picking a Restaurant for Entertaining Clients 0

6 Things to Consider When Picking a Restaurant for Entertaining Clients

If you own a business, you’ve likely had to take clients out to a meal at least a few times. This can be for appreciation, to help close a deal with a prospect, to ask for referrals, or for any myriad other reasons. Unfortunately, if you don’t plan well, these meals can often get out of hand, quickly, from an expense standpoint, and can ultimately lead nowhere toward your goal. So to help you in planning your next meal, here are 6 things to consider to help you get the most out of it.

Time of Day – When you are meeting your client should have a huge bearing on where you decide to go. If cost is a concern, …

9 Tips for Hosting a Work Party 0

9 Tips for Hosting a Work Party

Hosting parties for employees can be a tricky situation. You want the environment to be relaxed, yet professional. You want to have fun, and you want the employees to see that side of you, but you still need to be their boss on Monday. To help you in hosting your employee event, here are 10 tips to ensure your party goes off without any problems.

Consider Your Audience – Who works for you? Do you employ a team of recent graduates in their early 20’s? Is your staff more seasoned, in their late 40’s and 50’s? Or do you have a little bit of everything? Thinking about the two extremes, you realize that a successful event for one group may …