Corporate Events Planning Washington DC

Local resource for corporate event planning in Washington. Includes detailed information on local businesses that provide access to corporate event planners, party planners, technical event support, audiovisual support and advice about planning exhibitions, seminars, gala dinners and more.

Cerebro Communications
(202) 234-4515
82 Q St., NW
Washington, DC
 
Thriv: The Event Marketing Group
(202) 302-6959
112 Third Street, Suite 1
Washington, DC
 
Thriv: The Event Marketing Group
(202) 675-6333
Captol Hill
Washington, DC
 
U.S. Facilities, Inc
(202) 248-5038
10 G St., NE
Washington, DC
 
Site Solutions Worldwide
(518) 399-7181
4590 MacArthur Blvd., NW
Washington, DC
 
Mance & Associates, LLC
(202) 667-9332
58 Florida Ave., NW
Washington, DC
 
Professional Image Photography
(800) 337-4148
P.O. Box 77102
Washington, DC
 
Courtesy Associates, LLC
(202) 367-2803
2025 M St., NW
Washington, DC
 
Anne Frenette: The Event Marketing Co.
(202) 621-6142
112 3rd Street, NE, Suite 1
Washington, DC
 
The Bickerstaff Group
(202) 363-2385
4401-A Connecticut Ave., NW #337
Washington, DC
 

Event Planning

Event planning for corporate events may include exhibitions, seminars and gala dinners. A corporate party planner is different form a generalized party planner because they are used to handling events geared toward professional working staff and business partners. Although a basic party planner could probably pull off most corporate events without a hitch, this specialty area of the event planning services can help you to have a phenomenal event rather than just a passable occasion.

Seminars for employees or to educate the public often require less part planning than formal exhibitions or gala dinners. A corporate party planner should be well versed in the distinction between each of these type of events and be able to effectively transmit your company brand through the party. This means knowledge of locations to hold the events as well as negotiating with the event location staff to make sure that everything is in place, on time, and professionally presented.

Most corporate events require some sort of audio visual equipment, and it is important that your corporate party planner by familiar with these needs. There should be adequate seating, lighting, and microphones which will project speakers’ voices to the back of the event location. An event planner must also know about catering needs and refreshments as most seminars, exhibitions and particularly gala dinners will involve food. This service includes knowing appropriate amounts to order for your attendees, serving and clean up after the event. A good corporate party planner will handle your event start to finish seamlessly without missing a beat.

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