2. A celebration that gives back to charity is always celebrated more!
This holiday season, consider hosting a holiday party that gives back. Find a shared organization that is aligned with
your company’s beliefs, and donate! Consider an office toy drive or food drive to help.
3. Big venues are out, smaller, more interactive activities are in!
This holiday season, consider an activity that doubles as a team building exercise! Experiment with local social
activities like group painting or a comedy club!
4. For entertaining – consider a food station for more interaction!
Food stations are not only trendy, but they also encourage interaction at parties! Consider hiring a catering company
that offers food stations for extra entertainment.
5. Large company-wide party or small department-wide party? Scales are balanced.
When it comes to choosing between a mixed-department party and a small-scale get-together, the scale is 50/50.
Employees are equally likely to enjoy a small gathering with their close peers to a large party.
6. Holiday parties hosted by the boss make for especially intimate gatherings.
Bosses and CEOs are opening their homes to their employees and friends over the holidays for company parties.
These make for more intimate gatherings and also save an extra venue expense.
7. Consider opening the doors to your most valuable customers, too.
Do you have customers that you work with regularly? Are you trying to build a longstanding relationship with your
clients? Consider inviting them to the festivities to build a better relationship.