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Incorporating “Surprise and Delight” Into Your Events
by Fabrice Orlando, Cocoon Events Management Group

The term surprise and delight originates in the marketing industry as a creative way for companies to treat their clients Continue Reading

Posted: 05.24.2017
Best Practices for Getting Organized in the Off-Season
by Kim Sayatovic, Belladeux Event Design

The end of the year is the perfect time for reflection – things tend to slow down and we have Continue Reading

Posted: 05.22.2017
5 Ways to Organically Boost Engagement on Instagram
by Jenna Kutcher

  Let’s get real, Instagram is a tough cookie to crack. Just when we’re feeling like we found our groove, Continue Reading

Posted: 05.19.2017
Up and At ‘Em: How a productive morning translates to your workday
by Jennifer Taylor, Taylor’d Events Group

How do you start your mornings? Is it a calm and peaceful transition into your workday, filled with self-care routines Continue Reading

Posted: 05.18.2017
Handling Media Mistakes with Grace
by Meghan Ely, OFD Consulting

Mistakes happen – that’s a part of life. As creatives, it’s important to remember that the way an error is Continue Reading

Posted: 05.17.2017
BIG NEWS: BATCH EMAILS ARE HERE
by HoneyBook

We’re thrilled to announce our newest feature: Batch Email! Need to contact your client, your client’s mom, and your client’s Continue Reading

Posted: 05.15.2017
How to Go Above and Beyond Your Clients’ Needs
by Fabrice Orlando, Cocoon Events Management Group

No matter which industry you’re in, as a business owner you know the importance of keeping clients happy. It should Continue Reading

Posted: 05.15.2017
How HoneyBook Creates an Elevated Client Experience in My Business
by Cristina Barragan, Posh Peony

Client Experience is a buzz word that seems to be going around the creative industry a lot these days. There Continue Reading

Posted: 05.12.2017
5 Simple Tricks for Providing the Best Online Customer Experience
by Adam Tanguay, Weebly

Every small business owner dreams of success. For some, that means growth and expansion. For others, that means making enough Continue Reading

Posted: 05.11.2017
The Growing Pains of a New Business
by Kim Sayatovic, Belladeux Event Design

Starting a business is a lot of work – there’s no way around it. However, with proper preparation and a Continue Reading

Posted: 05.08.2017

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