Remember when the outrageous dinners with teams and expensive wines were part of the good ole Southern hospitality for acquiring, retaining and growing relationships? Gone are the days of doing the same thing and expecting better results. In today’s virtual video conferencing and fast moving, technology world, it’s a must to create real life interactions and meet in-person with your small group of hard-workers. It’s important to understand that place and productivity are more connected than ever! That's why we've put together these three, easy to follow steps for leaders to build and bond team members.
Finding a one-of-a-kind activity and unique venue for an in-person meet-up are the keys to successful connections. With a decrease in budget and recently announced business closures, event planners and human resource are looking for small spaces and one-of-a-kind meet-up places to host events, meetings and private parties.
Don't get left behind - We're here to help you!
1. Set a simple, yet fun tone to your special event. Managers and Planners must think creatively about their event strategy.
2. Let analytical thinkers in your team relax and mix-up the perfect blend of imagination and laughter with crafting and a little cocktail. Our ART BAR offers a relaxing ambiance of the Caribbean, with a touch of Bohemian flair. A staycation-style theme is a fun idea to get-away from the daily hustle. Our Art Bar is located in Old Town Spring, at the corner of Preston and Main Street.
3. It's the best time for you to get the team together, get artsy and party! We can theme your event and create a memorable experience, where everyone will remember the time your company took over an Art Bar in a historical small town - This is the secret sauce for making your event the very best and avoid "just another conference call, boxed lunch and meeting."
"Outside of the office spaces helps strengthen relationships and tap into the kind of thinking that gets stalled inside the confines of conference rooms. So get out there and get business done better."
-Analiza Nieve -Zipcar Editor