You’re planning a special event; maybe it’s to put on a great show for your company’s clients, maybe it’s a big charity fundraiser, or you’re organizing a trade show. You need an entertainer who’s going to be appropriate for a corporate function, who’s going to get the crowd tapping its toes, and manage to please a demographically diverse audience. With all the chaos you have to endure dealing with caterers, venues, AV technicians, and promotions, take it from the crew at Corporate Entertainers: you could use some help. That’s why we want to introduce you to a musical group we’ve built a great relationship with over the years. It’s time to meet Winnipeg’s dueling piano darlings: Piano Catz.
Planning an event and looking for something a little different for entertainment? Bands are often a safe bet, but if you really want to make an impression, you may have to get more creative. One way to really “wow” your audience is to bring in a circus-style performer. Jugglers, tightwire walkers, and unicyclists bring some clean, clowning fun to the show, and truly impress with their daring, often dangerous feats.
It being Canada, many of our clients have contacted us for help in finding a bilingual performer for their upcoming keynote, gala, or charity function. Offices across the country operate in more than just English, and so will their events. If the core presentations of corporate events are spoken in English, French, or a combination of both, it only makes sense to hire a performer who can match your linguistic dexterity. When you need someone who can comfortably go back and forth between both official languages, there’s no better choice than Sylvain Larocque. Celebrated mega-star of French Canadian comedy, he’ll keep your crowd giggling no matter what.
For those events that need an exceptional host and all-round hilarious guy, there’s no better choice than Adam Growe. With a combined 20 years working in radio, television, and corporate entertainment, Adam is an experienced individual who will surprise you with how quick he’ll have you laughing.
It’s not unusual for cross-country and international companies to have bilingual offices, where the ability to speak both French and English is as necessary as any bottom line. When bilingualism is a crucial part of your business, it should be represented in everything that you – including your events. If English isn’t the only language spoken by your clients and employees, can you put on a monolingual presentation and expect success? The answer is rarely ever ‘yes’, in which case our talented and bilingual speakers are here to help.
When ideas are the very basis of your business, you can’t let uninspired, stagnated thinking sabotage your success. You need employees who are confident enough to think outside the box and offer up unique solutions to predictable problems. Promoting a culture of creativity within the office is easier said than done, as it takes considerable skill to hone individuals’ abilities to observe, innovate, and collaborate. You can make this process much easier on yourself and your office by hiring one of the top creativity and innovation speakers to give advice on how to harness the inner creativity that thrives in everyone.
For a night that demands originality, fun, and wonder, look no further than Perry James. Part stand-up comedian, part magician, Perry blends the two worlds together flawlessly in a performance you have to see to believe. With over 20 years in the business (and over 2,000 performances on his résumé), Perry is a veteran of comedy and magic. His combined experience and raw talent as a performer gives him an unparalleled ability to connect with and surprise his audiences in a show that delights and amazes.
The times, they area a’ changing. As innovations in technology, marketing techniques, human resources, and sales methods, that’s never been more accurate than it is now. You and your company have a choice to make. Either you can accept these changes and adjust your business model accordingly, or you can reject them, keeping to your rigid plan. Even as you read this now, you know what the right decision is. Don’t go the way of the dinosaurs. Make sure your business evolves right along with the changing of the times.