For the first time, meeting planners and designers can create their own custom gobo using an online service recently announced by StageSpot.
If you’re new to the business, gobos are disks that allow focused projections of logos, pictures and other images and are often seen in upscale clubs, restaurants and events.
Early on the morning of Jan. 4, the latest addition to the Disney fleet arrived at her home port of Port Canaveral, FL for the first time after traveling approximately 6,500 miles from Bremerhaven, Germany.
Wilmington, NC is home to the annual Azalea festival, a free downtown trolley and beautiful beaches. Now, it also boasts a new convention center that can host as many as 2,000 people.
They not only look great, but you can adapt them to fit your space and guest list. Taylor Creative’s modular bars can be as large or small as you like.
Portable displays take on a new dimension with Nimlok’s recently announced Pulse exhibit. This series of six tension fabric backwall systems feature double-layered standing fabric walls and a brilliant graphic capability, according to the manufacturer.
The new Eco Chiavari Chair is made from 50 percent post-consumer material and comes in earth tone colors. These designer chairs present a “green” alternative to non-recycled plastic and wooden chairs more common in the industry.
If your attendees complain about having to stick or pin their name badges onto their clothes, you’ll be interested in the Contour Clip—a new type of clothing attachment that is clothing safe, eco-friendly and preferred by women, according to manufacturer Badgetec.
DECO AV’s new V-Cube is dazzling décor and high-tech marketing in one neat package. This ground-breaking new technology incorporates four customizable video screens into a 24-inch by 24-inch cube that can be used as a table, accent piece or stand-alone eye-catcher.
Chicago-based Event Architects recently created a Hollywood spectacle for 2,000 guests at L.A. Live in downtown Los Angeles to commemorate the film industry’s shift from black and white to Technicolor films.
Their concept was to evoke the glamour of the Golden Age of Hollywood while physically transporting guests from a black and white world to one with brilliant color.
If you’re looking for an alternative venue for your upcoming holiday party, check out Lucky Strike Lounge and Bowl, with 18 locations in 14 states.
This upscale bowling-plus-dining experience is about as ritzy as bowling can get, with private rooms and lanes, a hip American menu ranging from small plates to pizza and burgers, hi-def video walls and plush lounge seating.