Event planners often have some “go-to” ideas when it comes to hiring a headline act for their big corporate event.
Maybe it’s a magician, or a cover band, or an impersonator.
There’s just one problem with all of those types of acts: they’re not improvisational.
And not only is the audience not connecting with the entertainment, (they’re just sitting and watching), they’re not connecting with each other.
Unfortunately, that means it’s not going to be a memorable event.
Think about it: would you rather watch a magician perform some tricks, or watch an entertainer that has your colleagues laughing, singing and having a terrific time?
The more you can make the entertainment memorable, and the more you can forge an emotional connection with your audience, the more meaningful the experience becomes.
It’s not just my opinion; it’s the opinion of “experts” as well. Take a look at this article and you’ll see what I mean.
Speaking of making your event a more personal experience, check out this article too.
What I offer is a one-two-three entertainment punch: music, comedy and improv.
Working together, those two unique talents helps to ensure that the event experience invites, embraces, engages and delights the audience.
They’ll walk away with happy, lasting memories of having had a wonderful time for themselves as well as with their colleagues.
That’s exactly what you want to happen!
And whether you’re planning for a product rollout, sales seminar, trade show or other type of company event, I deliver an interactive entertainment experience that has your audience clamoring for more.
Sound exciting? You bet it does. And the best way to see how it fits into your overall strategy is to talk about it.
How about giving me a call me at your convenience? You can reach me at 773-527-7417.