Banking Industry – The Secret Recipe for a Successful Leadership Meeting @evenium

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A banking industry leadership meeting is one of the most stressful plans you’ll undertake. It’s wrought with the potential of things to go wrong in front of very important people. While it’s easy to assume the level of complexity is on the smaller side, it’s the rank of the attendees that is important not to underestimate. The time away from their executive duties could be costing the company tens of thousands of dollars alone so the organization will want to ensure it’s worth it. A good bank leadership meeting should align executives or management, strengthen the bank’s future, and leave …

Top Tips For Holiday Party Seating – AllSeated @allseated

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  With the holiday season in full swing, it’s quite likely you are currently planning a holiday party or large family gathering. If you are still wondering how to handle your holiday party seating options, who better to assist you than AllSeated?! We put together our top seating tips to help you out! Assign Tables […] Origen: Top Tips For Holiday Party Seating – AllSeated

Using Google Analytics For Your Event Business – AllSeated @allseated

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One of the most valuable tools to your event business is the ability to gain insights on your target audience based upon website performance. To measure the performance of your website and online marketing strategy, using a tool such as Google Analytics will provide the data and analytics needed to better understand and engage your […] Origen: Using Google Analytics For Your Event Business – AllSeated

All Your Canadian Boxing Day Questions Answered

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The day after Christmas, December 26th, is an annual holiday known as “Boxing Day” celebrated in several countries in the British Commonwealth. The holiday has its roots in Catholicism, which encourages  donations to the poor, or “almsgiving” around Christmas time. In Canada, December 26th is a secular federal holiday whose traditions have evolved since its Origen: All Your Canadian Boxing Day Questions Answered