Benefits of Meeting with your Event Planning Team

By | May 3rd, 2016|Categories: Blog|Tags: , , , , , , |

Whether you are a professional meeting planner, or the bride-to-be planning her wedding, it is important to make sure you are meeting and constantly communicating updates to everyone involved in the planning process. This is key in order to making sure no detail is forgotten. It is crucial to maintain excellent communication between the individuals in charge of booking the [...]

How Can I Reduce Catering Costs When Planning an Event?

By | April 26th, 2016|Categories: Blog|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , |

If you have ever planned a special event, you know that costs can add up faster than you can keep track of them. Suddenly, many unthought-of last minute items become essentials for your event. Whether it’s the latest trend, or it is something that looked amazing at Sally’s event, you end up feeling you cannot move forward without [...]

The Initial Steps of the Event Planning Process

By | April 19th, 2016|Categories: Blog, Uncategorized|Tags: , , , , , , , , |

Planning an event is no easy task, there are several components a planner must keep track of such as dates, materials, and small details. An event planner has the responsibility to ask their client the important questions, and to anticipate any event needs. Even if the client does not express they will be needing umbrellas, or a projector, it is the planner’s [...]

Top 4 Things to Consider When Selecting a Venue Outdoors

By | April 12th, 2016|Categories: Blog, News|

Don’t let the rain pour down on your event One day the weather could be full of sunshine, but you never know exactly what the next day will be like until it is too late. Prepare for the worst, and have a backup plan in case the clouds threaten to pour rain all over your event. Being [...]

Who We Are

By | April 5th, 2016|Categories: Blog|

At Events by SBC, we are a team of experienced and dedicated planners that will take care of all of your event needs from start to finish. We hold over 300 events each year all throughout the United States. Our experience in contract negotiation, detailed BEO revisions, and our catalogue of established relationships with over 300 [...]

Strategic Business Communications, Inc. CEO Named Finalist at “Most Admired CEO Awards”

By | February 24th, 2016|Categories: Blog, News|

Strategic Business Communications, Inc. CEO Named Finalist at “Most Admired CEO Awards” Local CEO Recognized for Outstanding Professional Achievements & Community Service   President and CEO of Strategic Business Communications, Inc. (SBC, Inc.), Jim Hernandez, was recently named a finalist at San Diego Business Journal’s “Most Admired CEO Awards,” in which he was recognized for his [...]

Online Reviews Are OK, but Word of Mouth is Still King

By | September 2nd, 2015|Categories: Blog, News, Ooze It|

Make sure to gather great information about what customers are saying about your business   We recently signed on a client to our OOZEit Survey business, who has built their very successful restaurant business by working on the “Most Influential and Trusted Forms of Advertising,” according to a Nielsen study in September 2013. The [...]

10 Critical Items to Maximize Sales in a Challenging Economy

By | August 26th, 2015|Categories: Blog, News|

Prospecting and Follow-up If your existing economy has slowed down it is likely that your existing customers will be doing their decision making for a longer period of time. Knowing this, prospecting and following-up with your existing customers is now more important than ever. Building stronger relationships with your existing customers, who already have the confidence [...]

What Do Audiences Really Want from Virtual Events?

By | April 10th, 2011|Categories: Blog|

Two just-released studies confirm just how fast the behaviors of prospective attendees are changing relative to face-to-face and virtual meetings. Here are some key findings from the Virtual Event Study, done in collaboration with the Center for Exhibition Industry Research, Relate Content & Community Solutions and Tagoras, and funded by the International Association of Exhibitions and Events: Most virtual events are digital extensions of physical events. There appears, though, to be a reluctance to live stream content, as only 35 percent of past users and 26 percent of future users plan to hold virtual and physical events at the same time. Yet live content (video and webcasts) is most popular, and this despite the fact that 43 percent of physical events capture less then 10 percent of their content for other uses. Resources remain big concerns: from staff time to execute a virtual event to costs, quality of experience, and complexity of technology. […]

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