Custom Foam Flower Boxes, a better flower experience
Canadian Special Events Magazine
by Jason Koop
4d ago
Our team at CSE recently came across a great new creative product.  Custom-shaped foam boxes are designed to elevate the flower-giving experience. They come in various shapes and letters, and they arrive fresh, protected by foam. These boxes are not your typical square or rectangular containers; they come in an array of unique shapes like letters or holiday designs such as Christmas trees, Santa, menorahs, Easter bunnies, and heart-shaped boxes for Valentine’s Day. These holiday shapes and letters are a delightful touch and offer endless possibilities for customization, ensuring that your ..read more
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Exhibition Place Signs the Sustainable Tourism 2030 Pledge
Canadian Special Events Magazine
by Jason Koop
1w ago
TORONTO, March 15, 2023 – Exhibition Place has signed the Sustainable Tourism 2030 Pledge, joining a global movement of businesses committed to creating a sustainable future for the tourism industry. This pledge demonstrates Exhibition Place’s commitment to improving the sustainability performance of its business between now and 2030 in support of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals. Exhibition Place plans to amplify its sustainability performance by enhancing annual targets for all aspects of the venue’s operations – from infrastructure developments to managing events. “At Exhibition Plac ..read more
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The Enchanted Wedding by MB Events
Canadian Special Events Magazine
by Stacy Wyatt
2w ago
When tasked with coordinating a wedding at the Maison Principale in Montreal, MB Events understood the importance of seamless collaboration among all suppliers to ensure a successful outcome. Despite the challenge of having only one day for set up, the team worked diligently to bring the Enchanted Wedding, A Dream Come True, to life. The event was a resounding success and was even nominated for the Best Wedding $250,000+ award at the 2022 Canadian Event Awards. The Team of Montreal event professionals brought spectacular elements to this dream wedding design, such as the 18’ tall authentic t ..read more
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Good Kids Produces EPIC Event for RGA @ The Carlu
Canadian Special Events Magazine
by Stacy Wyatt
1M ago
On November 16th, 2022, RGA Canada celebrated its 30th anniversary at The Carlu in downtown Toronto. Being the first major event in a post-pandemic world, RGA Canada wanted to go big and enlisted the help of Good Kids to create an event that would be fun, fancy and fabulous.  The event planners at Good Kids went to work. First, they create buzz. For 6 weeks, they generated hype in promotional campaigns through VIP invites, emails, and texts of what to expect, playlists & branded gifs, all with clear CTA’s driving RSVP at each point of contact. The result was hundreds of RSVPs and excited ..read more
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Building Trust and Understanding: A Guide to Collaborating with Indigenous Communities on Events
Canadian Special Events Magazine
by Stacy Wyatt
1M ago
As the Director of Events at the University of Manitoba, I have had the honour of working closely with our local indigenous community in planning a wide range of events. These have included ceremonial gatherings such as sunrise pipe ceremonies, conferences such as the Blueprint for Indigenous Education, and large community and stakeholder gatherings, including the opening of the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation. Through these projects, I have had the opportunity to meet with and learn from our local Elders and Knowledge Keepers, engaging in many discussions about ways in which our ..read more
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How to Raise Your Rates in 2023
Canadian Special Events Magazine
by Stacy Wyatt
1M ago
As an entrepreneur in a highly competitive industry where pricing is not standardized, there is no set barrier to entry, and no agreed-upon pricing model, determining what to charge to both make a profit and stay competitive is a never-ending conversation. This topic is heavily debated at every conference, in online forums, and on social media, ultimately boiling down to the bottom line: the event industry has no universally accepted governing principles. Given this reality, the thought of raising prices can be daunting and requires a strategic approach to avoid upsetting existing clients and ..read more
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How to Market Your Event to Gen Z
Canadian Special Events Magazine
by Stacy Wyatt
1M ago
Marketing to Gen Z can be challenging for event marketers as this generation is tech-savvy, socially conscious, and diverse. Traditional marketing methods may not work, and a new approach is necessary to capture their attention. Here are some tips to effectively market your event to Gen Z: Understand their values and preferences: Gen Z is heavily influenced by social media and values authenticity and transparency. They are also more diverse and inclusive than previous generations, and they expect brands to reflect that in their marketing campaigns. Connect through social media: Gen Z is high ..read more
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Fresh Daily Jobs for Event Professionals
Canadian Special Events Magazine
by Allen M
1M ago
February 06, 2023 Campus Events Director (at McMaster Student’s Union) McMaster Students Union, Hamilton, ON Apply here Community Engagement, Event & Relationship Manager North House, Uxbridge, ON Apply here Conference Services Manager Vancouver Airport Marriott Hotel, Richmond, BC Apply here Director of Events Parlour, Ottawa, ON Apply here Director, Community Fundraising and Events (Eastern) Diabetes Canada, Toronto, ON Apply here Director, Conferences, and Events Bank of Canada, Ottawa, ON Apply here Event Manager Bowlero Corp., Brampton, ON Apply here Event Manager IG Wealth Management ..read more
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Are You Feeling the “Busyness”?
Canadian Special Events Magazine
by Stacy Wyatt
2M ago
Feeling a little overwhelmed by the ‘busyness” of everything you have on your plate? I have a few pro tips that might help you stay organized and minimize the “busy anxiety.” ONE: I plan everything in 15-minute blocks. You would be amazed how much happens in 15 minutes. TWO: I use a web-based app to plan absolutely everything. Planning your life on a calendar may sound boring, but it cuts down on missed deadlines, overlapping meetings, and pushed-forward tasks and ensures everything gets done. THREE: when I can, I keep meetings to 30 minutes. FOUR: I take breaks (you guessed it, 15-minute ..read more
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PC Insiders Report Holiday 2022 – The Living Page
Canadian Special Events Magazine
by Featured Content
2M ago
The PC Insiders Report has marked the beginning of the holiday season for Canadians since 1983. Last year’s edition used 3D hologram technology and in-store sampling to bring the report out of the book and onto the actual world. The holidays aren’t something you experience on paper; for Canadians, it’s a time of real-life experiences. PC Insiders Report Holiday 2022 – The Living Page by CitizenXM tied for the top spot in the category of tr Best Technical Support for an Event (IRL or Virtual) and WON Best Experiential Marketing Event at the 2022 Canadian Event Awards. CitizenXM helped bring ..read more
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