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Why Company Holiday Celebrations Are Important: Planning the Perfect Party

Posted by Jennifer Burns

Nov 11, 2016 12:13:22 PM


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Making it Great: Client Appreciation Events That Put You in the Winner’s Circle

Posted by Jennifer Burns

Jun 14, 2016 10:07:52 AM

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Topics: Corporate Events

Teambuilding Tips: Supercharge Your Team

Posted by Jennifer Burns

May 9, 2016 11:45:00 AM

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How to be the Office Holiday Party Hero

Posted by Jennifer Burns

Dec 2, 2015 12:29:13 PM

 When it comes to holiday party etiquette, we’ve all heard the advice:

“Don’t Over Indulge” – but it’s also a great opportunity to improve your standing, professionally.

Company holiday parties can be a great time to have fun with co-workers, but they also offer an opportunity to:

  • Make a good impression on your boss or the management team;
  • Network with colleagues that could help you with career goals
  • Get to know people you don’t interact with during normal work activities.

Our friends at Monster.com have come up with a great list of tips on how to get the most out of office holiday parties that we’re sharing on the F1 Blog.

Enjoy the advice and have a great holiday season.

DON'T FORGET, if you’re looking for the ideal location for your company’s holiday celebration, give F1 Boston’s party planners a call or email – we’ll help you throw a party they’ll talk about for years to come.

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Client Appreciation Events:
Doing Your Best at Saying "Thank You"

Posted by Jennifer Burns

Jul 27, 2015 2:55:04 PM

 

Hello F1 Boston bloggers: It’s time for summer fun…time to relax and re-charge.  It’s also a great time of year to connect with clients and customers – have some fun with them and thank them for their business, their partnership and to let them know how important they are to your business.

Came across this list of advice on how to plan and pull-off successful Client Appreciation events, by Julie Burroughs of Event Living in Denver, CO. Enjoy the great advice and let us know if we can help you plan an outstanding event at F1 Boston!

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Client Appreciation Events

Posted by Jeff Loucks

Jul 8, 2014 4:18:12 PM

Hello F1 Boston blog followers. It’s summer time, and the living is (supposed to be) easy! It’s also an ideal time to have some fun with your clients – thank them for their business, their partnership with your company and to let them know how important they are to you.

Here’s a great tip list of considerations you’ll want to ponder when planning a client event, by San Diego-based Event Coordinator Maxine Goulding as posted on the California Special Occasions website blog. Enjoy the Tips!

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Topics: Corporate Events

Teambuilding in Today’s Economy: It’s More Important Than Ever

Posted by Karen Malloy

Apr 1, 2014 2:26:50 PM

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Topics: Corporate Events, Team Building

Tips to Fire Up the Sales Team

Posted by Jeff Loucks

Jan 2, 2014 12:18:08 PM

Now that we’ve celebrated the holidays and ushered in the New Year, it’s a great time to chart the course for a successful year. What better way to fire up the Sales Team than to kick off the year with a motivating sales meeting?

How do you make the meeting a great experience? Here are a few pointers from author John Treace and the gang at Inc. Magazine. Enjoy the tips.

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Topics: Corporate Events, Team Building

Don’t Be THAT GUY – at the Office Holiday Party: Tips on Having Fun & Making a Good Impression

Posted by Karen Malloy

Nov 19, 2013 12:48:00 PM

 

When it comes to the Do’s and Don’ts of Holiday Parties, everyone knows:
“Don’t Over Indulge” – But what else should you know?

Company holiday parties can be a great time to have fun with co-workers, but they can
also offer an opportunity to:

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Topics: Corporate Events

2013 F1 Boston Fall Junior League: Round 3 Report

Posted by Karen Malloy

Oct 29, 2013 1:55:00 PM

Braintree, MA (October 29, 2013) – Round 3 of the 2013 F1 Boston Fall Junior League is in the books with another entertaining weekend of highly competitive racing.  The 7-round league features 6 classes, grouping competitors according to age, size, ability and experience.  Points from each driver’s top 6 rounds accumulate to crown series champions; the top 6 drivers in each class also qualify for a season-ending Championship Race.  Here’s a look at the highlights from round 3:

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