Since booking corporate entertainment is so important, why do so many companies try to complete without? Everything comes down to some common misconceptions about corporate entertainment.

Misconception 1: Corporate entertainment is a hassle to deal with.

We've all heard those stories of the crazy riders that celebrity entertainers have - like all blue M and M's in the dressing room. This has left many corporate event planners with the notion that most entertainers are difficult to deal with.


In most cases, experienced meeting entertainers have hardly any requests and they all have to do with giving your company the very best entertainment experience possible. Best of all, once you use an amusement company that brings the whole show to you, you'll just handle the show coordinator. You can leave the remaining details to the entertainment company.

Misconception 2: Corporate entertainment is a risk.

This really is only partially true. Hiring an entertainer without experience in the corporate world is a risk. There's a positive change between just how someone entertains an exclusive party and just how a business audience must be engaged.

By finding an event entertainment company that's proven experience in the corporate world you minimize your risk. Focus only on those entertainers who have caused corporate audiences again and again.

Misconception 3: Corporate entertainment can be an expense that may be avoided.

The success or failure of your event depends entirely on if your event was memorable. People will come back to your event year after year if they've had fun and the easiest way to ensure that has been entertainment. Buying entertainment for the meeting or event ought to be top priority for any organization that really wants to engage their audience and create a splash.

Don't put meeting entertainment on the trunk burner! By hiring professionals in the corporate entertainment world, you can avoid these perceived problems and get the kind of quality meeting entertainment that'll have your audience ready to come back next year. By making it a selling point, you'll draw more attendees in and create an event that is truly spectacular.


Published by Whitney Morgan