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Creating Impactful Events for Every Budget: How to Think Outside of the Box to Maximize Your Event Budget

At Castle, the event management team works with clients of all sizes to create memorable events that are planned to leave a lasting impact on attendees. As we begin to map out our 2020 programs, I am reminded that the planning process to every event begins with a discussion about expenses. Even the most extravagant…

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Taking a Gamble: Planning a Corporate Meeting or Event at a Casino Hotel

With the Encore Boston Harbor opening this weekend, I started thinking about the pros and cons of planning a corporate meeting or event at a casino hotel. First things first, a casino hotel might not work for every company or occasion, but there are very good reasons to consider them. Since these properties receive revenue…

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There’s A Podcast For Everything

The ever-changing media landscape has marketing and public relations professionals looking for the next big thing – and how can we get our clients involved. Over the past decade, podcasts have become a game changer in the industry, are increasingly more popular and provide great media relations opportunities for all types of people and businesses….

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Corporate Incentive Event Planning: Key Considerations for a Successful Program

Corporate incentive programs undeniably help motivate employees to reach new levels of success, boost morale, and provide much-needed employee recognition. With the right planning and resources, basic recognition programs can be transformed into experiences that will be the talk of your company. Here are some key considerations to keep in mind when planning your next…

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School’s Out For Summer: Plan For Crises Now And REAP The Benefits Of Your Preparation Next Semester

Now that commencement season is over, higher education administrators and staff are likely breathing huge sighs of relief. The frenetic last few weeks of the semester are finally done. The summer months have arrived, bringing a welcome break from the day-to-day responsibilities of managing a small city of 18 – 22-year-olds. With the majority of…

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