Browse Month: September 2017

Mini Guide to Planning Your Next Corporate Event

From intimate networking gatherings to large-scale affairs, corporate events need precise planning and organisation to ensure they are successful. Most businesses prefer to plan their corporate events with a PR company as they can simply hand over their ideas and the rest is done for them. This saves valuable time and energy, as well as ensuring the event runs smoothly for everyone. If you are planning your own corporate event however, here is a mini guide to help you plan a successful occasion.

Planning

When planning a corporate event, there are things that need to be set out before you think about the location, date and vendors. First, you must think about the reason of the event and what needs to be accomplished. Write down the message you want to portray to your guests and the type of event you want. Then you can begin thinking about your finances and resources to plan the event.

Vendors and Overall Budget

Next is coming up with an overall budget for the event. This will then allow you to think about a location and vendors that will be a good fit for the type of event you want and the budget amount. Only select vendors that will help you to accomplish the vision you want to create, this can include a live band and caterers. Make sure to get in contact well before the scheduled date of the event. If you find yourself going over the budget, try to scale back or otherwise, increase the budget.

How Can I Add Value to My Home?

If you are lucky enough to be a homeowner, over the years you will be hoping the value of the property increases. As you live in your home it is only natural to maintain and improve your property over time to make it more enjoyable, up to date and comfortable. As you improve and update your home, you are also adding value to your home at the same time. However, there are certain home remodelling projects that will add more value to your property.

Bathroom

A home with just one bathroom is usually worth a fair amount less than those with more than one. If your property has a single bathroom, try to add another one in somehow, even if it is only small. This can add a large amount to the value of the property.

Kitchen

As the most important room in a property, the kitchen is one of the best places to increase the value. If you make the correct choices and choose a timeless, high quality design it can add a huge amount to the overall value of a home. An investment into bespoke kitchens Sussex with space, quality and style that matches the rest of the home can transform a property and its worth.

Conversions

Although a conversion to your property needs a large investment, it will greatly add to the size of your home, and therefore the value. A conversion can be in the attic, the basement, a garage or out the back in the garden.