Your Events Why...

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Believe it or not, there are people who plan events just because its scheduled, rather than being held for a specific reason. An event’s ‘why’ is often overlooked in an events planning and production, according to a report by American Express Meetings & Events. The ‘why’ is the reason or purpose for the event, and also includes the intended outcome for both the brand and the attendees. In essence, it’s what you want event goers to experience, and if thats nothing, what was the point.

As leaders in the event industry, Tag Teams production tactics are focused on drawing attention to why we do something, not exactly what. The goal is to market to and attract, and inspire, the people who hold the same values as the brand you we are producing for. And of course, the event itself will be an extension of that through experiences put in place by production and marketing.

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An Invite Inside Your Brand

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Allowing consumers into your brand is not as complicated as it seems. A part of starting a business includes creating a brand. And creating loyal customers and ROI means they have to align with your brand and the details of what you provide. Below are our top three ways to invite new clients into your world.

As internet usage rises and new businesses being registered daily, there are a lot of different ways to engage with your audience. Through social media sites, you can interact with your audience and show new features and aspects of your brand.

Email marketing is a great way to get your audience to take an action, even if that is just to watch a video about your brand.

But real life experiences can help bring your brand from a swipe, to a loyal client. Creating experiences for your customers invites them into your brand, which brings your audience closer. Contact us today, and allow us to strategize the best way to allow clients into your brand. Tell us about your business below.

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Restaurant PopUp Shop Ideas by BizBash

Kellog's Cereal & Milk Restaurant Pop Up Shop In Manhattan.  Pic From Biz Bash

Kellog's Cereal & Milk Restaurant Pop Up Shop In Manhattan. 
Pic From Biz Bash

Whether you are a new business or existing, we found a great article on BizBash.com covering restaurant pop up shop ideas for those of you in the food industry. This is perfect for the freshly started sweets company that isn't quite ready for their own restaurant space, or the existing online healthy food chefs looking to build brand awareness and make some cash! 

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If you are in the food industry and ready to build brand awareness, let us help. One of our team members will sit and strategize the best restaurant pop up for your brand.